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THE DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE RECORDS. 



EDWARD II 

VOL. IV. 

A.D. 1321-1324. 



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CONTENTS 



PA(iK, 

Preface - - - - - v 

Corrigenda - - - - - vii 

Calendar . . . . . i 

Index ------ 45J» 



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PREFACE. 



The present volume forms part of a series of Calendars 
of the Patent Rolls from the reign of Edward I. to 
that of Henry VII., the object and character of which 
are explained in the Preface to the first volume for 
the reign of Edward III. (a.d. 1327—1330.) The text 
has been prepared, under my immediate supervision, by 
Mr. J. G. Black, of the Public Kecord Office, with some 
assistance from Mr. G. F. Handcock, an Assistant Kecord 
Keeper. Mr. Black has also compiled the Index. 



H. C. MAXWELL LYTE. 



Public Record Office, 
10 May, 1904. 




( Vll ) 



CORRIGENDA. 



Page 15, 
20, 
25, 

81, 
48, 

47, 

55, 

62, 

92, 

98, 

112, 

125, 

187. 

160, 

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178, 

224, 
257, 
265, 
814, 
816, 
857, 



last line, for " Mandut *' read " Maudut." 
line 8, for ** Anstane" read ** Austane.*' 

10 from bottom, for " 1321 " read '' 1811." 

14, for ** Hugh " read »* Hamo." 

16, „ "R." read ** J." 

81, „ "Anne" read ** Aune." 

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8, after ** others" add **who." 

28, after ** Gilbert" add ** \rectius Robert]." 

9, for ** coutred " read ** cantred." 
16, for " H." read " A." 
12 from l)ottom, after "Weston" add ^* [recti tts Beaton]." 

8, for ** Kemmeyth " read ** Keinraerch." 

1, „ "Hehmc" read *« Helmic." 

4, „ " Essoul " read " Eflfoul." 
24, „ "Gidesburgh" rea^l "Gildesburgh." 

4 from bottom, for "Dysyng" read "Dysny." 
87, for " Su[our] " read " Snel." 
28, „ " Serith " read " Serich." 
16, after "Bollyng " add " [rectius Bobbyng]." 
19, for " Lone " read " Love." 

1 , ,, " Guy, count of Flanders " read " Guy de Flandria." 



CALENDAE 



OF 



PATENT ROLLS. 



15 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



1321. MEMBRANE 26. 

July 8. Pardon of the trespass of Godwin le Hoder, sometime citizen of London, 

Westminster, in bequeathing, without licence of Edward I or of the king, 6 marks of rent 
arising from a tavern with a hall built over it and chambers, which he had 
on Comhull in the parish of St. Mary, Wolcherchehawe, London, for the 
maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service for his soul 
and the souls of Philippa his wife, and Bona, sometime his wife, and 
all the faithful departed ; which said rent was taken into the king's hands 
by Richard de Rodeneye, escheator on this side Trent ; and grant that the 
said tenements may remain charged with the said rent for the said chantry, 
notwithstanding the statute of mortmain. By E. 

July 10. Appointment of William de Kyngeston, king's clerk, to be receiver and 

Tower of keeper of victuals, stock and other things in the castle of Odyham, during 
London. pleasure. By p.s. 

Mandate to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, late keeper of the said 
castle, to deliver the same to him by indenture. 

July 10. Pardon to Thomas de Haddelee, chaplain, executor of the will of Master 
WaftminstMr. Thomas de Bredestrete, sometime executor of Master William de Bredstrete, 
for assigning in mortmain, without licence of Edward I or of the king, 
76<. of free and quit rent— which the said Master William had acquired 
of Roger le Viroler, and which arose from that whole tenement with 
houses built thereon held by the said Roger of the gift and feoffment 
of Henry le Galeys, sometime citizen of London, in the parish of 
St. Laurence in the Jewry, London — for making a perpetual chantry in the 
church of St. Laurence, Jewry, for the soul of William de Kancia, sometime 
citizen of that city, in pursuance of the ordinance and legacy of the said 
Master William; which said rent had come to the hands of John de 
Benyngworth, chaplain of the said chantry, and had been taken into the 
king's hands by Richard de Rodeneye, escheator on this side Trent ; with 
restitution of the same. By E. 

July 10. Licence for John de Oddyngeseles to enfeoff Ralph Bigod of his manors 

Westminster, of Long Ichynton and Bradewelle with the advowsons of their churches, 
held in chief, and for the latter to regrant the same to the said John and 
Emma his wife for their lives, with successive remainders in tail to John 
son of John de Oddyngeseles, and Edmund, his brother, with remainder 
over to the right heirs of the grantor. By fine of 100 marks. 

A. 4a Wt. 34962/386. M. A 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



-lon-i Membrane 26 — eont. 

July 12. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 

Westminster. St. Albans of divers parcels of land in St. Albans by Walter de Langeleye, 
Henry Salecok, John le Barbour and Cicely his wife, and Walter Gernet 
and Margaret his wife, and in Tydenhangre by John de Ramesden, all 
which are held of the said abbot and convent and are of the total yearly 
value of 20.'?. 1^/., as appears by inquisition taken by Richard de Rodenoye 
escheator on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of lOOZ. yearly of land and 
rent which they have licence to acquire. 

July 14. The like by John de Merkynfeld, clerk, and Richard de Lynton, chaplain, 

VVestminfiter. Qf 4 messuages, 18 acres of land, 20«. of rent and ^ acre of meadow in Ripon 
to the canons of the church of St. Wilfrid, Ripon, to find a chaplain to 
celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Mary, Pathelaibrigge 
in Nidderdale, for the souls of William de Hamelton, esquire, of Ripon, the 
said John and all the faithful departed. By fine of 40s. 

July 12. The like by Master John de Colecestre, parson of the church of Tendryng, 

Westminster, of a plot of land in Colecestre, 8 perches square, whereon a chapel in honour 

of St. Helen is built, 28 acres of land, and 40s. of rent in that town, to 

a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily for the souls of the said John, 

his ancestors and heirs. By fine of 4 marks. 

July 15. Presentation of Roger de Scales to the church of Aberfrau, in the 

Westminster, diocese of Bangor, void by the resignation of Richard de Wygornia, the 

last rector. By p.s. 

July 17. Appointment of Walter de Norwico, Roger de Northburgh, John Launge, 

Westminster. William de Boudon, and Thomas de Cantebrigg, to audit the account of 

Nicholas de Hugate, king's clerk, for the time that he was keeper of the 
wardrobe of Edward, earl of Chester, the king's first-bom. By K. 

July 14. Pardon to Henry de Hundresthweyt of liis outlawry for felonies, 
Westminster, provided that he surrender to prison. By K. 

July 15. Licence for Robert son of Walter de Wodeham to demise to Thomas de 
Westminster, la Pole for life a moiety of the hundred of Disce, co. Norfolk, and the market 

of the town of Disce. By fine of 5 marks. 

July 16. Inspeximus and confirmation of (1) a charter of John de Britannia, earl 

Westminster, of Richmond, dated at Whassyngburgh 10 May 14 Edward II, granting to 
Peter his apothecary (//)oft?ca no iwatro) and the heirs of his body two houses 
standing separately on two rows (rengeas) in the town of Boston, which the 
earl had by escheat after the death of Alexander son of Andrew the clerk, 
lying near the house of Ranulph de Forthyngton towards the east, that of 
Simon Gildyn towards the west, and abutting at one end towards the 
north on the churchyard of the church of St. Botulph and at the other 
end towards the south on the earl's waste ; to hold by the same service 
as the said Alexander. Witnesses : — Bertram Mounbocher, the earl's 
knight, Sir John de Quingou, parson of Ledenham, his treasurer, 
Theobald Cailli, steward of his household, John de Stikeney, his steward, 
John de Bliton, citizen of Lincoln, John de la Gotere of Boston, and 
Geoffrey de Sutton and John Barbour of the same town, and others ; (2) of 
a writing by the said earl dated at Chesthuut, Thursday before St. Barna- 
bas the Apostle, 1321, quit-claiming his right to the said Peter his apothe- 
cary (Apotecano )wsiro) in the above two houses, saving the rents, services and 
customs. Witnesses : — Bertram de Monte Bocherio, knight, John de 
Stikeneye, Richard de Crek, John de Meres, Humphrey de Whassyngburgh, 
and others. By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 8 



1321, Membrane 26 — vunt. 

July 20. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Henry le Scrop of the ad vow- 

Westminster, son of the church of Little Chasterton to the prior and convent of 

Newstead by Staunford, in exchange for all the lands which they hold in 
Little Chasterton ; with licence for them to appropriate the said church. 
Vacated because surrendered and cancelled and otherwise below. By K. 



MEMBRANE 26. 

July 8. Pardon to Philip le Moyl of Monte Gomery, bailiff of the town of 

Westminster. Montgomery and keeper of the gaol thereof, for the escape from that gaol 
of Richard de Stafford, whom he afterwards took and brought to 
Westminster, and delivered to the king. 

By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh. 

July 10. Grant, for five years, to W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, of pavage, 

Westminster, for his town of Eccleshale. By K. 

July 9. Licence for Richard le Porter to enfeoff John de Teffonte, chaplain, of a 

Westminster, messuage, 2 virgates and 4 acres of land in Fitelton, held in chief, and for 

the said John to grant the same to John son of Richard le Porter and Edith 

his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the said Richard 

and his heirs. By fine of 204. 

July 18. Licence, at the instance of John de Ryther, king*s yeoman, for the prior 

Tower of and convent of the Holy Trinity, York, to acquire in mortmain 10 marks 

London, ^ year of land and rent. By p.s. 

July 15. Licence for John de Saundrestede and Elizabeth, his wife, to enfeoff John 

Westminster, de Weston of the manor of Rodbaldeston, held in chief, and for him to re- 
grant it to the said John de Scaundrestede Otic) and Elizabeth for their 
lives, with remainder to John son of John de Weston and his heirs. 

By fine of 5 marks. 

July 15. Mandate to the sheriff, bailiffs and others of the county of Bedford to 

Westminster, make proclamation in their bailiwicks that no one attempt anything in 
derogation of the king's dignity or of the possession by Master Edmund de 
London of the archdeaconry of Bedeford, to which the king had collated 
him, it being in his gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of 
Lincoln ; as the king is informed that some persons have made proclama- 
tion in the market of the town of Bedford and other places in that county 
prohibiting religious or other persons from being attendant on him, and 
requiring them to be attendant on Thomas de Nevill, under pretext of the 
latter having obtained a provision to the archdeaconry. 

July 16. Protection with clause nolnmns for one year for Geoffrey de Welleford, 

Westminster, warden of the house of St. Cross by Winchester, who is constantly 

attendant on the king's service. By K. 

July 18. Geoffrey, prior of St. Mary de Rocher, Morteyn, going beyond seas, 

Westminster, has letters nominating Peter de Neuport his attorney for three years. 

July 14. Inspeximm and confirmation of an indenture between John, bishop of 

Westminster. Carlisle, and Alan, prior of St. Mary's, Carlisle, and the convent thereof, dated 

Thursday before Midsummer 1821, at Carlisle, witnessing the foUowhig 
exchanges : The prior and convent granted to the bishop a moiety of their 
manor of Lynstok, and further they released to the bishop all their right in 
a shieling {skalinga) with a parcel of land adjoining at Petrel wra, \\z, from 
the grey stone descending straight into Petrell' on the one side and from the 




CALENDAR OF PATENT BOLLS. 



1321. 



July 16. 
Westminster 



July 18, 
Westminster. 

July 8. 

Westminster. 



July 20. 

Westminster. 



July 20. 

Westminster. 

July 20. 
Westminster. 



Mfmhrane 26 — co7it. 

said grey stone to Merebec and so descending into Petrell* on the other, 
for 3 roods of land, with ingress and egress from the said shieling to the 
king's demesne forest for common of pasture, with this proviso, that 
the bishop shall not hereafter, on account of the said shieling, claim any 
common in the lands, wastes or pastures of the priory at Carleton, Birschawe 
and Neubigging or in the woods adjoining thereto ; and that, if the beasts of the 
bishop shall be found feeding within the said lands, pastures, or woods, 
they shall be chased out of the com or meadow without being impounded. 
Also the prior and convent quitclaimed to the bishop a rent of 68, Sd. 
paid by him and his predecessors in the mill of Cumbresdale. In 
exchange the bishop quitclaimed to the priory the tithe of sheaves 
beyond Galdewe as the high road goes from the bridge of the Galdewe 
towards the borough before the gate of Michael de Haveryngton along 
the old street towards the north: the homages and free services of 
his tenants in Carleton and Birschawe, all his claim in a rent 
of 25«., suit of court and other services due to him in his 
new grange beyond Caldewe: all his claim in the woods, 
wastes and pastures adjoining the priory's manors of Carleton, 
Brischawe and Neubigging, except the shieling above mentioned. 
Witnesses : Andrew de Harcla, then sheriff of Cumberland, Sirs Anthony de 
Lucy, Peter de Tylliol, John de Harcla, Robert de Bampton, John de 
Oreton, knights, Robert de Qwytering, Robert de Tymperon, John de 
Warchewyk and others. By C. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Great 
Malverne by the prior and convent of St. Mary's, Worcester, of a messuage, 
4 bovates of land, 8J acres of meadow, and 8 acres of wood in Poywyk, 
Bramesford, and Leye. By fine of 1 mark. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Thomas de London, 
clerk, staying in Ponthieu on the king's service. By E. 

Pardon to Walter le Steller for acquiring in fee without licence 80s. of 
rent in Clisby by Gresby from John de Erlham, held in chief. 

By fine of 20«. 

Grant to Master Adam le Chaumpeneys of Sandwich, king's clerk, of the 
archdeaconry of Worcester, void and in the king's gift by reason of the 
late voidance of the bishopric of Worcester. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master Henry de Clif,' 
prebendary of Appelesthorp in the church of St. Peter, York. 

Pardon to Hamo de Onyleye of his outlawry for the death of Thomas 
son of Henry le Carter of Onyleye. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master Richard de 
Welyngton, clerk. 

The like for the abbess of Berkynges. 



July 18. 

Tower of 

London. 



MEMBRANE 24. 



Restitution of the temporalities of the priory of Bilsinton to John de 
Wy, one of the canons, elected prior thereof, W. archbishop of Canterbury 
having confirmed his election, and the king having accepted the arch- 
bishop's confirmation. By K. 



15 EDWARD II.— Pabt 1. 



1321. 

July 14. 
Westininster. 



July 12. 

Westminster. 



July 13. 
Westminster. 



July 14. 
Westminster. 



July 14. 
Westminster. 



July 15. 
Westminster. 



July 15. 

Westminster. 



July 16. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 24 — cont. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Ivychurch, Claryndon, by Robert de Hungreford, of the advowson of the 
church of Bluntesdon St. Andrew ; licence also for them to appropriate 
the church. By fine of 101. 

Mandate to Simon Belde and Gilbert de la Forde, wardens of the mines 
of Devon and Cornwall, which the king has committed during pleasure to 
the abbot and convent of Tavystok at a certain rent, to compel and distrain 
competent workmen of those counties to do the work of those mines, as 
heretofore they have been compelled. 

By E. on the information of the treasurer. 

Mandate to Henry de Cantuaria, king's clerk, to proceed in accordance 
with the order of the Council, every excuse and pretext for further delay 
being put aside, together with Masters Elias de Joneston and Roger de 
Shefeld, king's clerks, who are experts in such matters, to make a precise 
calendar of all instruments, letters, processes, rolls and memoranda touch- 
ing the duchy of Aquitaine, which are said to be scattered in the Treasury 
and the Wardrobe, to have the said documents stored separately, so that 
they can be easily found, and when necessary to have transcripts made 
of such instruments, &c. ; with mandates to the treasurer and chamberlains 
and the keepers of the Wardrobe to produce the documents in their custody 
and to pay the necessary expenses. By K. and C. 

Pardon of the trespass of Pentecost Russel, sometime citizen of London, 
in bequeathing in mortmain, without licence of Edward I or of the king, 
6 marks yearly of rent issuing from that whole tenement which Gilbert de 
Mordon and Leticia his wife held of his gift in the parish of the church of 
St. Michael, Candelwykestrate, London, for making a chantry to the said 
church at the altar of St. Thomas the Martyr and St. Edmund the Bishop 
for the souls of him, his father and mother, Gerard de Staundon, sometime 
parson of the church of Stivenache, and all the faithful departed ; which 
rent was taken into the king's hands by Richard de Rodeneye, escheator on 
this side Trent ; and grant that the said tenement may remain so charged. 

ByK. 

Pardon to Margaret de Wauton and Clemencia de Wauton for acquiring 
without licence of Edward I or of the king, for their lives, 9 acres of land 
and 6«. Id. of rent in Houton by Pykenham from Mary de Nevill, who held 
them in chief. By fine of i mark. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master Henry de Clif, 
clerk. 

The like, until Midsummer, for Robert de Bardelby, clerk, keeper of the 
land and heir of John de Briaunzon of Canewedon. 

John de Earreu, staying in England, has letters nominating David de 
Earreu and John son of Philip de Earreu his attorneys in Ireland for two 
years. 

Mandate to the justiciary of Ireland to restore the temporalities of the 
bishopric of Cork, lately void by the translation by Pope J[ohnJ of John, the 
late bishop, to the church of Meath, to Philip, a Friar Preacher, whom the 
same Pope has preferred to the said bishopric. 

By K. on the information of R. de Northburgh. 

Writ fie intendemio for the said Philip directed to the tenants of the 
bishopric. 



6 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 

July 17. 
Westminster. 



July 15. 

Westminster. 



July 20. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 22. 
Westminster. 

July 20. 
Westminster. 



July 16. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 24 — rnnt. 

Licence for Master Henry de Gerlaund to assign in mortmain to Thomas 
de Loppedell, parson of the church of Little Hodleye, 40 acres of land in 
Little Hodleye together with the messuage and 60 acres of land there, 
which he already had licence, 20 October 81 Edward I, to assign to a 
chaplain celebrating divine service in the church of that place, to find a 
chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the cathedral church of the 
Holy Trinity, Chichester, for the souls of the said Henry and all the faithful 
departed. By fine of 20s, 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and brethren of the 
hospital of St. John the Baptist, Wells, of the following lands and messuages 
in Welles, viz., by William atte Wythie of 6 messuages, a dovecot, and 10 J 
acres of land ; and by Nicholas de Wedergrave, of 3 messuages and i acre 
of land ; in Kyngton Maundeville by John Makerel of Kyngton Maundeville 
of 5^ acres of meadow ; by Robert le Tayllur of a moiety of an acre of land 
in the same town ; and by Isabella Eayho of a messuage, 5 acres of land 
and 1 rood of meadow ; all which are worth yearly 26s. lO^rf., as appears by 
inquisition taken by Richard de Rodeneye, escheator on this side Trent, in 
part satisfaction of 100«. yearly of land and rent which they had licence to 
acquire. 

The hke to the prior and convent of Christchurch, Twynham, by John 
Tirenache of Cristchurche Twynham of 4 messuages, 17 acres 3 roods of 
land and 1 acre 3 roods of meadow there, and by William Smedemor of a 
messuage there, for the maintenance of a chaplain celebrating divine service 
daily in the priory church for the souls of the said John and William and 
their ancestors. By fine of 2 marks. 

Safe-conduct for one year for Adam le Baker of Sandwich, with his ship 
and merchandise going to divers parts to trade. By p.s. 

Pardon to Stephen le Fauooner, John le Coteler of Sandwich, John 
Botoun, Richard de Wy of Sandwich, Adam le Teynturer of Sandwich, 
William Cundy, Salomon Cundy, Simon de Berkyng, Thomas son of 
Thomas de Shelvyng, and Simon son of Adam Godard, of their outlawry in 
the county of Suffolk for not appearing before the king to answer 
Gilbert Waleys on a plea of trespass. By E. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for Master Edmund de 
London, archdeacon of Bedford. 



July 28. 
Westminster. 

July 20. 
Westminster. 



July 23. 

Westminster. 



July 20. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 23. 
Protection with clause nolumiis for one year for John de EUerker, clerk. 

The like for four years for Robert Hereward, archdeacon of Tanton, 
going beyond the seas. 

He also has letters nominating Matthew de Crauthom and Peter 
de Shaldeford his attorneys for four years. 

John de Erie, staying in England, has letters nominating John son of 
John de Erie and Philip de Comerford his attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

William de Caumpvill, staying in England, has letters nominating John 
de Couleye and Henry de Sakevill his attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Seleby 
by Master Alan de Aslakeby, parson of the church of Staneford-on-Avon, 



15 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



1321. 



July 24. 
Westminster. 



July 24. 
Westminster* 



July 20. 
Westminster. 



July 28. 
Westminster. 



July 26. 
Westminster. 



July 26. 
Westminster. 



July 27. 
Westminster. 



July 28. 
Westminster. 



Meinhrane 28 — cant, 

of a messuage, 28 acres 1 rood of land, 8 roods of meadow and pasture for 
four oxen in Staneford and Doune, held of the abbot, of the value of 10s. 4^/. 
yearly, as appears by the inquisition taken by Richard de liodeneye, 
escheator on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of the 28i. yearly of land 
and rent, which they have licence to acquire. 

Writ of aid for Simon Constantyn, Serjeant of queen Isabella, charged 
by the steward of her household and the keeper of her wardrobe with 
making purveyances of necessaries for her pantry and buttery, at the queen's 
expense ; nothing is to be taken of the fee of the church. By K. 

Licence for John de Oddinggeseles of Lungichinton and Emma his wife 
to grant to Thomas de Grey of Cornerd and Alice his wife, for their lives, 
a messuage and a carucate of land in Cavenedish, held in chief. By p.s. 

Pardon of the trespass of William de Carleton, in bequeathing, without 
licence of Edward I or of the king, in mortmain to Hervey le Keu a 
tenement with houses built thereon, which he had by the demise 
of William de Wetheresfeld, chaplain, in the parish of St. Mary, 
Aldermanbury, London; and of 40.s. of quit rent receivable from 
John Dode and his heirs in the parish of Bassieshawe, London ; for the 
maintenance of a chaplain, to be selected at the feast of St. Michael in 
each year by the mayor and aldermen of London and four of the better 
known of the said parish of St. Mary, to celebrate divine service daily in 
the church there for the souls of himself, of Bartholomew de Castello 
and of all the faithful departed ; with restitution of the same to the said 
Hervey. By K. 

Grant in frank almoin to the prior and Friars Preachers of Scardeburgh 
of all the land with buildings thereon in that town adjacent to their area, 
which the king held of the feoffment of William de Wessington, tenant 
in chief. By p.s. 

The prior of Lanthony by Gloucester staying in England, has letters 
nominating John David and Philip Bacun his attorneys in Ireland for two 
years. 

Arnold de Cassarel, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating 
Baymond de Rosariis and William de Derby his attorneys in Ireland as 
also in England for two years. 

Protection and safe conduct until All Saints for the abbots of St. Just and 
Marcherof, of the Premonstratensian order, coming on a visitation of the 
houses of that order in England, and their men, horses and harness ; 
provided they attempt nothing against the statute of Carlisle. By p.s. 

Licence for the burgesses and commonalty of Eyngeston on Hull to 
strengthen their town with ditches and a wall of stone and lime and to 
crenellate the wall. By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Mandate to Master Henry de Cantuaria, king's clerk, to make, in con- 
junction with Masters Elias de Joneston and Roger de Shefeld, king's clerks, 
a calendar of all letters, processes, instruments and memoranda in the 
Treasury and Wardrobe affecting the realm and the king's lands in Ireland, 
Wales and Scotland, after the completion of the before-mentioned 
calendar of documents touching the duchy of Aquitaine. By K. and C. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for Master Gilbert de la 
Bruere, clerk, going beyond the seas. 

By E. on the information of Roger de Northburgh. 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



2321, Membrane 28 — cont. 

He also has letters nominating William de Benteleye his attorney for the 
same time. By E. on the like information. 

Pardon to John de Mikclhame for acquiring without licence to him and 
his heirs the manor of Mikelham and the advowson of the church thereof 
from Master Richard Wodelok, tenant in chief; with restitution of the 
same. By fine of 100«. 

Pardon of the trespass of Hamo Box, sometime citizen of London, in 
bequeathing without licence of Edward I or of the king in mortmain 
6 marks yearly of quit rent issuing from his whole tenement in the parish 
of St. Michael on Cornhull, London, which he bought of Robert de Rothynge, 
and 2^ marks of rent issuing from the tenement of Peter de Wautham, for 
the maintenance of a chaplain celebrating divine service for the soul of 
himself and all the faithful departed in the church of that parish ; which 
rent was taken into the king's hands by Richard de Rodeneye, escheator 
on this side Trent. The said tenements are to remain charged with the 
said rents, and John Vivian and Margaret his wife, who now hold them, are 
not to be harassed by reason thereof. By K. 

Aug. 1. Writ of aid for one year for Peter Barde, going to divers parts with 

Westminster, a king's ship called la Nicholas on the king's affairs. By K. 

July 27. Presentation of Master Roger de Clisseby to the church of Hautwysel 
Westminster, in the bishopric of Durham. By p.s. 

Aug. 2. Pardon of the trespass of John le Botener, the elder, citizen and mercer 

Westminster, of London, in alienating in mortmain without licence of Edward I or 

the king, 6 marks of quit rent receivable from his tenement with shops in 
the parish of St. Stephen, Colmanstrete, London, for the maintenance of a 
chaplain celebrating divine service daily for the souls of him and of 
Margery and Mabel, his wives, and of all the faithful departed, in the chapel 
of St. Mary, Lothebiry, London, which rent has been taken into the king's 
hands by Richard de Rodeneye, escheator on this side Trent ; and grant 
that the said tenement may remain so charged, and that his heirs be not 
molested by reason thereof. By K. 

Aug. 8. Protection for the abbey of Gumbermere, which the king has, at the 

Westminster, request of the abbot and convent, committed by reason of its impoverishment 
to the custody during pleasure of Robert de Notyngham, king's clerk ; 
with the usual clause. 

Aug. 4. Writ de intendendo directed to the knights, jurats, free men and others of 

Westminster, fche island of Gernereye, for Gerard de Orons, appointed to be his deputy 
there by Otto de Grandissono, who holds for life the custody of that and 
the adjoining islands by grant of Edward I ; the king having learned from 
the said Otto that many of those parts have disregarded a previous writ to 
the like effect ; with power to the said Gerard to compel them thereto 
by distraints and attaclunents. 



MEMBRANE 22. 



July 20. Pardon of the trespass of Hugh de Strubbi in bequeathing without 

Westminster, licence of Edward I or of the king to Sarra his wife for life all that tavern 

with eight shops standing round, which he had in the parish of St. Bride, 
Fletestrete, London, and that house with two shops which he inhabited 
there, and Hs, of quit rent receivable from the tenement of Stephen de 



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1321. Membrane 22 — cont. 

Auveme, situated between the said tavern on the east, and the Flete river 
on the west, and 6«. of quit rent receivable from the tenement of Richard 
le Latymer and Margery his wife, situated between the tenement of 
Thomas le Hattere on the west, and that of John de Paris on the east ; 
provided that she should pay yearly therefrom 6 marks 8a. id. for the 
maintenance of a chaplain celebrating divine service daily in the church 
of St. Bride, Fletestrete, for the souls of the said Hugh and all the faithful 
departed ; and that after her death the whole of the premises should remain 
to the wardens {custodes) of the said church to find two chaplains to 
celebrate divine service daily there for the souls of the said Hugh, Sarra his 
wife, Robert his father and Alice his mother and all the faithful departed ; 
which premises were taken into the king's hands ; with restitution of the 
same to the said wardens. By K. 

July 20. Pardon to Henry le Scrop for acquiring without licence to him and his 

Westminster, heirs from John de Nevill of Stoke the manor of Little Castreton and the 

advowson of the church thereof, said to be held in chief as of the manor of 

Eston by Staunford. By E. 

July 25. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 

Westminster. Newstead by Staunford by Henry le Scrop of the said advowson of the church 

of Little Castreton ; and for them to appropriate the church. By E. 

Licence for the said prior and convent to grant in fee to the said Henry 
all their lands and tenements in Little Castreton, said to be held in chief as 
of the manor of Eston aforesaid. By E. 

July 29. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Joan, late the wife of 

Westminster. Nicholas de Wokyndon. 

July 80. Mandate to Otto de Grandissono, keeper of the Islands of Gemereye, 

Westminster. Gereseye, Serk and Aureneye, to surcease the delivery, by reason of erroneous 
judgments, out of his hands of certain lands, tenements, liberties and rents 
to any of the Islanders and the levying of certain sums of money ; if he 
shall have parted with any lands, &c. to the king's disherison, he is to 
resume the same into his hands together with their issues from the date of 
delivery, and also any sums of money adjudged in error to the Islanders or 
others as damages and levied by them on his goods, and to compel such 
persons to make full restitution to him by distraining on the goods which 
they have in the said Islands. A commission had been issued [2 Edward U 
Col. Pat. Rolls, p. ISO] touching alleged encroachments on the rights of 
the crown in the said Islands, and at the suggestion of divers of the 
Islanders that many errors, very prejudicial to them, existed in the records 
and processes of that commission, the king issued a further one [12 Edward II 
Cal. Pat. Piolls, p. 876] to John de Stonore, William de Bourne, Nicholas 
de Cheyny and John de Carteret to examine such records and processes and 
to correct errors, if any, and also to bear and determine charges of oppression 
and malpractices and all plaints against his justices, and the baihffs and 
ministers of the said Otto. Representation was subsequently made that the 
said William de Bourne, Nicholas, and John de Carteret had wrongfully 
ordered divers lands^ tenements, liberties and rents to be delivered to certain 
of the Islanders and had in error condemned the said Otto to pay great 
sums of money on account of his having received the issues of such lands, 
whilst in his hands, and on account of losses which the Islanders alleged 
they had incurred through the detention thereof. On account of these and 
other errors, the king had the records and processes, together with the 
original writs and others touching the business, brought before him, when 



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CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 



July 80. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 1. 

Westminster. 



Aug. 1. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 1. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 7. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 22 — dmt, 

it was found that the last named commissioners had exceeded the bounds of 
their commission and had in error issued such order to the king's disherison 
and the prejudice of the said Otto, whereat the king was much displeased, as 
upon the death of the said Otto, the Islands, held by him for life of the 
grant of Edward I, ought to revert to the king. To prevent his own 
disherison, and loss to the said Otto, the king issued the above mandate. 

Grant to Joan de Vileres, in pursuance of a grant to her for life, for her 
services to Isabella, the king's consort, of 100s. sterling yearly from the 
issues of the county of Ponthieu, then in the queen's hands, of 
which grant she has not yet had the king's letters — that she henceforth 
shall receive the said sum by the hands of the receiver of Ponthieu. 

ByK. 

Licence for Nicholas de Grey to enfeoff John de Eyrketon of his manor 
of Barton in Rydale, held in chief, and for the latter to regrant the same 
in tail to him and Agnes his wife, with remainder to the heirs of the said 
Nicholas. By E. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of St. 
Swithun's, Winchester, by John Waspray of 8 acres of land in Husseburn 
Priors, by John de Shirfeld of a messuage, a mill and 2 acres of meadow 
in Overton Priors, held of the prior, of the value of 6s, yearly as appears 
by inquisition taken by Richard de Rodeney, escheator on this side Trent ; 
in part satisfaction of the 50^ yearly of land and rent which, at the request 
of John de Sendale, then bishop elect of Winchester, the king's chancellor, 
they had licence to acquire. 

Pardon of the trespass of Roger le Bourser of Colemanstret, sometime 
citizen of London, in bequeathing in mortmain without licence of Edward I 
or the king, by his will to Henry le Bourser, son of Matilda de Forton, all 
the houses which he held by the side of or on the south part of those 
tenements which he held in the parish of St. Stephen, Colemanstret, 
London, by feoffment of Richard de Cumpton, and which were sometime 
of Tristam le Chevereller ; also aU that tenement which he held in the 
same parish by feoffment of Robert de Meldebourn ; to find a chaplain to 
celebrate divine service daily for the souls of him, Benedict his father, 
Alice his mother, Matilda his wife, Joan his daughter, and all the faithful 
departed ; all which houses and tenements had been taken into the king's 
hands by Richard de Rodeneye, escheator on this side Trent ; and grant 
that the premises may remain so charged. By E. 

Philip, bishop of Cork, staying in England, has letters nominating John 
de Pembrok and John le Blound of Grene his attorneys in Ireland for one 
year. 



Aug. 2. 

Westminster. 



Aug. 8. 
Westminster. 

July 20. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 21. 

Grant for five years to the burgesses and good men of the town of 
Eyngeston upon Hull of murage. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert Baldok. 

Grant to queen Isabella, of the marriage of James, son and heir of 
Robert de Ros, tenant in chief, a minor. By E. 

Prohibition directed to archbishops and other ecclesiastical persons against 
permitting any persons by citations, provocations, appellations, inductions 



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1321. 



Aug. 8. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 10. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 7. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 10. 

Westminster. 



Aug. 8. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 21 — coyit, 

or processes to' disturb Master Edmund de London, king's olerk, in his 
possession of the archdeaconry of Bedeford, to which he has been collated 
by the king. By K. 

Licence for John de Ferariis, a minor, to enter the manors of Suthho and 
Eeston, co. Huntingdon, which are of his inheritance, in accordance with a 
covenant for the transfer of the custody of the said manors to him made 
between him and Hugh le Despenser, the elder ; the custody of these manors 
the king granted to the said Hugh until he should have satisfaction of a 
debt which the king owed him. By p.s. 

Brother Leo de Boma, master of the hospital of the Holy Ghost, Rome, 
staying in England, has letters nominating Simon Fulberd his attorney in 
Ireland for two years. 

Nicholaa, abbess of the Holy Trinity, Caen, staying beyond the seas, has 
letters nominating Peter de Garriz and Nicholas le Mouner her attorneys 
in the islands of Gernereye and Jeresey for three years. 

By fine contained in another writ. 

John de Hastynges, staying in England, has letters nominating John 
de Lydgate, clerk, and Simon Peres his attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

John de Hastynges, William de Burbache, and Robert de Heyle, executors 
of the will of John de Hastynges, staying in England, have letters 
nominating the same persons their attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

Pardon of the trespass of Thomas Bomayn, sometime citizen of London, 
in making the following bequests in mortmain to take effect after the 
death of Juliana his wife, who survives him ; and ratification of the same: — 

(1) All his tenements and rents acquired by him and Juliana, his wife, 
in the parish of St. Mary, Wolcherchehawe, to the prioress and convent of 
Haliwell, to hold after the death of the said Juliana, and of Alice and Joan, 
their daughters, and of Cristina de Kent, nuns of that house, to find a 
chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in their church for the souls 
of him and Juliana, and of their parents, relations and benefactors, and of 
Geoffrey le Feryng and Robert Hauteyn and all the faithful departed. 

(2) 6 marks of rent receivable from the capital tenement acquired by them of 
Roger son of William, in the parish of Aldermarichirche, London, and from 
that whole tenement, late of Robert de Esthalle and Joan his wife, in the 
same parish, for the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service 
daily in the said church of Aldermarichirche for the souls aforesaid, to be 
presented for this purpose by the archbishop of Canterbury after the death 
of John de Bureford and Roesia his wife. 

(8) 14 marks yearly of rent, receivable from that whole new tenement 
which the said Thomas lately built in that parish for the maintenance of 
two chaplains to celebrate divine service for the said souls in the said 
church. 

(4) 20s. alms to the archbishop of Canterbury and his successors, 
receivable from the said new tenement for the maintenance of the 
same chantries. 

(5) 6 marks of rent receivable from all the tenements which they held in 
the parish of St. Thomas the Apostle, London, for the maintenance of a 
chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Thomas the 
Apostle for the said souls. 

(6) 6 marks of rent receivable from the whole tenement, late of Robert 
Hauteyn, in the parish of St. Benet {Sancti Betiedictipropc comluitum) fhondoUf 
for the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the 



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1321. Memhrane 21 — cont, 

church of St. Benet Shorhog, London, for the said souls, to he presented 
hy the bishop of London. 

(7) 12 marks of rent receivable from that whole tenement which they 
held in Sopereslane, London, for the maintenance of two chaplains 
to celebrate divine service daily in the church of Aldremariechirche for the 
said souls. 

(8) Also he bequeathed to the bishop of London 20s, of rent receivable 
from the same tenement in Sopereslane to maintain the said chantry. 

(9) To the parson of the church of Aldremariechirche iOs, of rent 
to find for the aforesaid chaplains in that church, ecclesiastical vest- 
ments, chalices, books, lights and aid to celebrate and maintain the 
light then begun in that church, viz. : 18s. id, of rent arising from the 
house sometime of John Pas in the parish of Aldremariechirche at the comer 
of Gordwanestrete, ISs, id, of rent arising from the house sometime of 
William de Salesbury in the parish of All Hallows, Bredestrete, London, 
and 18^. id, of rent arising from the house sometime of Benedict le Taillour 
in Bredestrete in the same parish. 

(10) 6 marks of rent receivable from a tenement which John de Bureford 
and Roesia his wife hold in the said parish of St. Thomas, for the main- 
tenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of 
Clopham for the said souls, to be presented by the bishop of Winchester. 

(11) 6 marks of rent receivable from a tenement in Cordewanstrete late 
of Robert de Upton for the maintenance of a chaplain to celebrate divine 
service daily in the church of Lambheth for the said souls, to be 
presented by the archbishop of Canterbury for the time being. By E. 

Aug. 11. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Westminster. Burnecestre by Walter de Bumecestre, clerk, of a messuage, 10 acres of land, 

4 acres of meadow, 25a. lOd. of rent in Orymesbury and Warkeworth, held 
of the prior, and of the value of 29a. 2d. ; as appears by inquisition taken 
by Richard de Rodeneye, escheator on this side Trent ; in part satisfaction 
of lOl. yearly of land and rent which they had licence to acquire. 

Aug. 81. Pardon to William Jetour of his outlawry in the county of York, for not 

Westminster, appearing before the king to answer Helmyng de Osinbrigg on a plea of 

trespass. By secret seal. 

The like to John son of William Jetour of a like outlawry. By p.s. 



MEMBRANE 20. 

Aug. 5. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 

Westminster. Thornton on Humbre by Richard de Wodehalle, the elder, of a messuage, 

6 tofts, 1 carucate and 1 bovate of land in Barowe, held of the abbot, of 
the value of 80a. yearly, as appears by inquisition taken by Richard de 
Rodeneye, escheator on this side Trent; in part satisfaction of 10/. yearly 
of land and rent which they have licence to acquire. 

Aug. 4. The like to Walter de Langeton, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, and 

Westminster, his successors, by John de Langeton, clerk of a place in the parish of 

St. Mary atte Stronde without the Bar of the New Temple, London, 
containing 7 perches of land by 4, adjoining the dwelling-place of the said 
bishop, for the enlargement of the same. 

By E. on the information of Roger de Northburgh. 

Aug. 5. Inspeximua and confirmation of letters patent of Aymar de Valence, earl of 

Westminster. Pembroke, lord of Weis [ford] and of Montignak, dated 5 July 1821, granting 



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1321. 



Aug. 6. 

Westminster. 



Aug. 4. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 8. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 6. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 8. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 6. 

Westminster. 



Membrane 20 — cont, 

by the name of dower to Damoiselle Marie, daughter of Quy de Castillon, 
sometime count of Seint Pool, for her life, the following manors, and 
lands, viz., the manors of Brabourne, Edgaryntone, Estsutton, West- 
sutton, Bodesdone, Hertleye, Meltone and Swanescompe, co. Kent; 
Dakenham, Hassingbro, Esthanyngfeld, Suthanyngfeld, Westhanyngfeld, 
Braxstede, Thoritone, Fordham, Bedeswelle, and Wallebery, co. 
Essex; Eentewelle, Westlee, Ixnynge, and Beydone, co. Suthfolk: 
Oodrestone, Lexham, Holkham, Styvekey, Saxthorp, Hokham, Eere- 
brok, Wynneferthyng, Foxle, Bergh, Fyleby, Sutton and Possewyk, co. 
Norfolk ; to hold to the said Marie, with all their appurtenances, 
except knights' fees, in lieu of any dower she might have in any of his 
lands in England, Ireland and Wales ; and if these fall short of the yearly 
value of 2,000/. of land and rent, the deficiency is to be made up in 
manors of his conveniently near, and in such valuation the buildings and 
houses thereon are not to be reckoned. Grant also that if said Marie survive 
the earl, after his death she may hold the said manors in dower, knights, 
fees excepted, and that she shall not be harassed by the said manors being 
taken into the king's hands on account of being held in chief, or for any 
debt to the king. French. By E. 

Presentation of Edmund de Rammesbury, chaplain, to the church of 
Wotton in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of his 
custody of the land and heir of John de Byvers, tenant in chief. By p.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of St. 
Eatherine's without Lincoln by Nicholas de Bolyngbrok of a messuage in 
the suburb of Lincoln, held of William son of Nicholas de Lincoln, of the 
value of 6s. yearly, as appears by inquisition taken by Richard de Rodeneye, 
escheator on this side Trent ; and by William Duraunt of Newerk of 3 
messuages and 8 acres of land in Newerk and Houton by Newerk, held in 
chief, and of the value of 10s, yearly as appears by inquisition taken by the 
sheriff of Nottingham, in part satisfaction of 40 marks yearly of land and 
rent which they had licence to acquire. 

Protection with clause volumm for one year for John de Cogan, clerk, 
treasurer of Ireland, going to Ireland on the king's business. 

At another time it was sealed by E. and C. and renewed by p.s. 

Nicholaa, abbess of the Holy Trinity, Caen, staying beyond the seas, has 
letters nominating Roger de Gantebri[gia], chaplain, and Philip Bonvallet, 
clerk, her attorneys for three years. By fine of 40s. Gloucester. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to Master Thomas de Langetoft, 
parson of the church of Wygetoft, by John le Procuratour of Wygetoft of 
8 roods of land there adjoining the dwelling-place of the said Thomas for 
the enlargement thereof. 

The abbot of St. Evroul, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating 
Matthew de Pilardinton and John Squier his attorneys until two years after 
11 August next. 

Pardon of the trespass of William Grapefige, sometime citizen of 
London, in bequeathing in mortmain by his will, without licence of 
Edward I or the king, to Walter his son all his rents and tenements in 
London, except two shops with solers, formerly granted to Christina daughter 
of the said Walter, and half a mark of rent formerly granted to William the 
clerk, to hold to the said Walter and his heirs to maintain a chaplain 
to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Stephen for the souls 



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1321. Membrane 20 — cont, 

of the testator and his parents and all the faithful departed ; which rents and 
tenements had been taken into the king's hands by Richard de Rodeneye, 
cscheator on this side Trent ; and grant that the premises may remain so 
charged. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of St. 
Mary's, Huntyngdon, by John son of Reginald de Grey of a messuage, a 
carucate of land, 4 acres of meadow, and Is. of rent in Pappeworth Anneys 
to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in his chapel in his manor of 
Hemmyngford for the souls of Matilda de Orey, his mother, and all the 
faithful departed. By fine of 40«. 

Aug. 18. Notification that Elias son of Roger de Asshebum of Dublin on Thursday 
Westminster, after St. Laurence last appeared before the king in his Chancery in good 

health. 



Aug. 8. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 16. 

Westminster. 

Aug. 17. 
Westminster. 



Protection with clause nolumm for one year for John de Castre staying 
beyond the seas on the king's service. By K. 

Safe-conduct, until Easter, for John Tervint, merchant of Bruges, trading 
in the realm. 



Aug. 14. 

Westminster. 



Aug. 7. 
Westminster. 

Aug. 20. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 20. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 21. 

Westminster. 

Sept. 8. 

Minster in 

Thanet. 

Aug. 8. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 25. 
Tower of 

London. 



MEMBRANE 19. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Eenyl- 
worth by John Lok and Robert Leges of a messuage, 2 virgates of land, and 
1 acre and 1 rood of meadow in Radeford Symely, and by Nicholas Balle 
of a messuage and 20 acres of land there, held of the prior, of the value of 
VJs. 2d. yearly, as appears by inquisition taken by Richard de Hodeneye, 
escheator on this side Trent ; in part satisfaction of 16^. yearly of land and 
rent which they have licence to acquire. 

Protection with clause nolwnua for one year for John de Neweland, 
parson of the church of Blythesworth. 

Grant, for one year, at the request of Philip, king of France and Navarre, 
to the burgesses of St. Omer, after recital of the king's confirmation of the 
exemption from arrest for debts granted to them by his progenitors, that 
neither they nor their goods shall be arrested for the trespasses of any but 
themselves. [Foedera.] By K. 

Safe conduct, until Whitsunday, for Edmund Quarel, going with the 
king's ship called * la Blith ' of Westminster to Gascony to purvey wines for 
the king. By E. on the information of R. de Northburgh. 

Grant for seven years to the barons, bailifife and good men of Wynchelse 
of murage and pavage. By p.s. 

The like for the barons, bailiffs and good men of Sandwich. By p.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of St. 
Augustine's, Canterbury, by Robert de Sturreye of 22 acres of land in 
Sturreye, of their own fee, in exchange for other 22 acres of land there. 

Appointment of Walter de Norwico, one of the barons of the Exchequer, 
to the custody of the Exchequer until the king shall have provided a 
treasurer ; Walter, bishop of Exeter, having been discharged from the office 
of treasurer of the Exchequer, at his own request. 

By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh. 



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1321. 



Aug. 21. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 26. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 7. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 1 9 — cont. 

Mandate to the bishop to deliver to the said Walter the keys and other 
things touching that office. [Pari, Writs,] 

Commission to W. bishop of Exeter and Robert de Stokheye to inquire 
in the counties of Somerset, Dorset, Cornwall and Devon touching the 
behaviour of bailiffs of hundreds therein, as well of bailiffs who hold 
hundreds therein by the king's commission at will or by commission of the 
sheriffs of those counties, as of other bailiffs holding any hundreds therein 
in fee, for life, or in any other way ; and to see that the late statute of 
Lincoln touching such bailiffs is properly observed ; to remove those whom 
they find unfit and to appoint others. By C. 

Protection with clause rogamns for the messengers sent to England to 
collect alms by William Roberti, canon of the hospital of St. Mary, 
Rounoevall, and proctor general in England of the prior and convent of 
that place; in consideration of the benefits constantly given in that 
hospital to poor pilgrims visiting the shrine of Santiago. By K. 

Pardon to Adam de Everingham and Claricia his wife, Bertram 
Fanacourt, Stephen de Soureby, chaplain, Robert de Digby, Adam de 
Langethwait, Ralph le Botiller, John Brokeinpeny of Roston, Adam le 
Clerk of Westburgh, and John le serjant of Robert de Digby, of the 
imprisonment and of what belongs to the king by reason of a novel 
disseisin committed against Hugh le Teuler of Lincoln, whereof they had 
been convicted before Gilbert de Toutheby and his fellows, justices of assize; 
without prejudice to the damages adjudged to the said Hugh by reason of 
the said disseisin. By p.s. 

Ellen daughter of John de Webbeley, staying in Ireland, has letters 
nominating John son of Richard Cartwright her attorney in England for 
two years. 



Aug. 20. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 18, 

Pardon to Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, 
pursuant to the agreement lately made in Parliament last Midsummer, of any 
actions by reason of anything done against Hugh le Despenser, the son, and 
Hugh le Despenser, the father, between 1 March and 19 August last. 
French, [Pari, WriU ; and Fcedera, where the reference is given to m. 16.] 

By K. and C. 

The like to the following : — 
Roger de Mortemer of Wyggemor. 
Roger de Mortemer of Chyrk. 
Roger Damory. 
Bartholomew de Badelesmere. 
John de Moubray. 
John Giffard of Brymmesfeld. 



John de Garenne, earl of Surreye. 
Hugh Daudele, the father. 
Hugh Daudele, the son. 
Richard de Grey of Codenouere. 

[Pari. Wnts,] 



Aug. 20. 
Westminster, pursuant 



The like to Henry le Tyeys, as one of the followers of Roger Dammory, 
rsuant to a letter of the said Roger testifying the same. [Pari. Wfits.] 

The like to the following on the testimony of the said Roger Dammory : — 
Nicholas de Percy. Roger de Burefeld. 

Robert de Cheddeworth. Robert do Neuburgh. 

John de Pederton. John de Louthe. 

Hugh de Lokcoumbe. John Mandut, 



16 



CALENDAB OP PATENT BOLLS. 



1321. 



Meanbrane 18 — cont. 



Sept. 25. 
Westmiiitter. 

Aug. 26. 
Westminster. 



Sept. 25. 
Westminster. 



John le Boos. 

Robert Darre of Sutbury. 

Richard de Honewyk. 

Richard de Reaeshale. 

Henry de Trillowe. 

Richajrd le Homer of Roiston. 

Robert de Shawe. 

John de Wytham. 

John de Typerton of Sabryches- 

worth. 
Alan de Rede. 
James le Porter. 
John Knyvet of Sutbury. 
John de Geney of Petit Byrde- 

feute. 
John de Hugeford. 
Richard de la Sale. 
Alexander Skalebrok. 
John de Burefeld. 
John Athelard. 
Gilbert de Burefeld. 
John de Staunden. 
Roger de Percy. 
John le Brun. 
William de Demeford. 
Hugh de Fenmon. 
William de Stratton. 
Master Rees ap Howel. 
Adam Alman. 
William de Welles. 
John fiz Reinald de Cors. 
Oillard de Welles. 
John Luterel. 
William Durant. 
Thomas Waryn of Dymmok. 
Roger Fotman. 
John de Louth. 
Andrew de Louth. 
Henry de Wilyngton. 
^Robert Beaupel. 
John de SuUigh. 

John de Chelreye. 

Hugh Lanfoiz. 

John de Flory, son of John 

de Flory. 
John de Legete. 
John de Kyngeston. 

Geoffrey le Wanoy. 

Thomas Hurstal of Fothelesoote. 



Simon de Ralegh. 
Ralph Beaupel. 
William fiz Robert. 
Hugh de Chaumbemoun. 
John Godard. 
John le Frend le fitz. 
John le Fox. 
John de Beauchaump. 
Richard de Louches. 
Druet Dane. 

Richard de Willeamescote. 
Maurice, lord of Berkeleye. 
Maurice de Berkeleye le fuiz. 
John de Beaumond. 
William Beaumond. 
Robert Morgan. 
Alexander de Seint John. 
Henry Cosyn. 
Thomas de Huntele. 
John de Caerdif . 
John de Fryvill. 
Edward Mautravers. 
John de Golthorp. 
Robert de Burefeld. 
Edmund Danvers. 
Guilmin Gloont. 
Ralph de Charpenham. 
Nicholas de Clubrryngworth. 
John Imme. 
John de Fokerham. 
John de Louecanore. 
John de Holt, clerk. 
Henry Pykard. 
Alan Petyt. 
Philip le Someter. 
Roger Imme. 
John Byschop. 
Edmund de la Beche. 
Richard Bischop. 
Robert de la Beche. 
William de Whitefeld. 



William de la More. 

Reginald Gose. 

John Maudoit, son of Waryn 

Maudoit. 
Boeges de Knovyle. 

William de la Weye. 



Aug. 25. 
Westminster. 

Sept. 15. 
Westminster. 



John de Rolleby. 

John Mautravers, the younger. 



16 EDWARD n.— Part 1. 



17 



1321. 



Aug. 20. 
WefltmiDster. 



Membrane 18 — cont. 

The like for the following on the testimony of Roger de Mortymer of 
Wygemore : — 

Edmund Hakelute. John de Budeneweye. 

Robert de Harleye. Richard de Chalbenore. 

Makelom de Harleye. Thomas do Astleye. 

Peter Kakelutel (sic). Thomas de la Bere. 
Philip de Baggesouere. 



Sept. 14. 


Peter de Lymesy. 


Henry lUary. 


Shotley. 


Philip de Barinton. 




Sept. 24. 


John de Preston. 


William Bacoun of Ehelderton. 


WestTOinster. 


John Peytevyn. 


William de la Lynde. 




Richard de Middelton. 


Thomas Scot. 




Gilbert de Asshe. 


John le Fauconer. 




John de Sarnesfeld. 


Roger son of Roger de 




John de Broindon. 


Hauberdeyn. 




Ralph le Venour. 


Ralph de Luston. 




William de Dorston. 


Gregory de Foxwode. 




Thomas le Porter. 




Sept. 14. 


Saer de Rocheford. 




Shotley. 






Sept. 24. 


Roger de Chenney the son. 


Robert de Harleye. 


WeBtminster. 


Thomas Petit. 


Henry de Mortimer. 




Roger de Estham. 


John Wyard. 




Nicholas de Somery. 


Thomas de Seint Clere. 




John de GrimehuU. 


John de Felton. 




William Bisshop. 


William de Eggedon. 




Richard Penebrugg. 


William Vyneges. 




Geoffrey Beufo. 


Henry Marmyon. 




John Boterel. 


Adam Darraz. 




Philip de Chenneye. 


John de Kyngton. 




John du Chastel Richard. 


Roger de Chenney. 


Sept. 25. 


John de Cheverel. 


Thomas de Berkeleye. 


WestminBter. 


Walter de Wyk. 


Gilbert Dane. 




John de Leycestre. 


Thomas Arthur. 




John Perceval. 


William de Leycestre. 



The like for the following on the testimony of John de Garenne, earl of 
Surrey : — 



Aug. 20. 

WestminBter. 



John de Thornhill. 
Ralph de Cobham. 
Stephen Piers, *ser jaunt.' 
Peter de Seint John of 

Laugham. 
William Maignard. 
Maurice de Dorkyng. 
Walter son of Humphrey. 
Walter Foul*. 
Peter Pirye. 

24962 



Edward Blount. 

Richard de Frekebergh. 

Henry atte Welde. 

Philip atte More. 

John atte Redeston. 

Robert de Hagham. 

John de Hagham. 

Robert de Weston of Dorkingh. 

William Duuk of Dorking. 

John de Seint John of Lagham. 

B 



18 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 



Membrane 18 — cont. 



The like for the following on the testimony of Sir Hugh Daudele, the 



son : — 



Aug. 20. 
WestmiDster. 



Aug. 20. 
Westminster. 



Sept. 25. 
Westminster. 



John son of Thomas de 

Colepeper. 
John son of Ralph le Mareschal. 
Thomas de Blakebrok of 

Ealdyng. 
Thomas Colepeper. 
Richard de Lymesy. 
Francis de Aldham. 
Philip de Nevill, the son. 
Ralph de Greystok. 
Richard de Lymesy. 
Francis de Aldham. 
Philip de Nevill. 
Robert de Seintpol. 
Robert de Hilton. 
William de Cheynay. 
John de Twyford. 
Nicholas de Langeford. 
Robert de Dutton. 
Edmund le Wasteneys. 
Nicholas de Bonevill. 
Thomas de Boulton. 
Maurice de Berkeleye, the 

younger. 



William de Berkeroles. 
John le Rous. 
William de Ros. 
Thomas Larcher. 
Thomas de Nevill. 
Richard Mydisprot. 
John Daunay. 
W^illiam de la Haye. 
William atte Welde. 
John Dogat. 
Nicholas de la Marche. 
Nicholas de Pekynghull. 
John de Berwes. 
Walter de Chesthunt. 
John de Appelby. 
Robert de Pyncebek. 
John le Parker. 
Edmund de Bisshopeston. 
John de Plumpton. 
Llewelin ap Yvor. 
Howel ap Hereward. 
Adam ap David. 
Roger de Ruylle. 



Sept. 27. 

Westminster. 



The like for the following on the 

Robert de Walkefare, 'double.' 
John Botetourt. 
Thomas Gobion. 
Gilbert de Kelshull. 
Richard de Pertenhale. 
Thomas Buttetourte. 
Ralph de Epplynden. 
John Gififard. 
Meurik ap Rees. 
William de Caynes. 
AVilliam Wyne. 
Richard de Reppes. 
John Corzoun. 
Thomas de Tounleye. 

Philip ap Howel. 
Roger de Radenore. 
John de Boclyngton. 
Robert Marty n. 
John ap Res. 
Gilbert de Walkefare. 
John Egelyn. 
Thomas de Baskervill. 
Ralph Levelaunce. 

Simon de Congham. 
Henry de Leyburne. 



testimony of the earl of Hereford : — 

Howel ap Yevan. 

Roger Trumwyn, the younger, 

Philip de Clanevogh. 

Adam de Rothyng. 

Richard le Denne. 

John Trumwyn. 

Robert de la Lee. 

Edmund de Bohun. 

Robert Brutyn. 

John Hastang. 

Walter le Seeler. 

Adam le Ferrour. 

W^alter de Finchingfeld. 



John de Baverton. 
John de Ros. 
Richard de Baskervill. 
John de Bret. 
Thomas ap Eynon. 
Peter de Denardeston. 
Robert de W^alsyngham. 
William ap Res. 



Thomas le Pestour. 



15 EDWARD n.— Pabt 1. 



19 



1321. 



Membrane 18 — eont. 

The like for the following on the testimony of Roger de Mortymer, of 
Chirk :— 



Aug. 20. 

Westminster, 



Aymer Pauncefot. 
Hugh de Temede. 
Hugh Godard. 
Roger Ruflfayn. 
Thomas Godard. 
Hugh de Colham. 
John de Mershton. 



Master Richard de Middelton. 

Roger Trumwyn, the elder. 

James Trumwyne. 

Lewis de Mortemer. 

John Cam. 

John de Hinkele. 

David Trumwyne. 



The like to the following on the testimony of John Giffard of Brym- 
mesfeld : — 



Aug. 20. 
Westminster. 



Sept. 25. 
Westminster. 



Thomas Maudyt. 

Thomas de Byngham. 

Thomas de Baddesleyc. 

William son of Waryn. 

John de Grymstede. 

Edward Escote. 

Giles de Estcote. 

John de Ansloye. 

Robert de la Sale of Prestbury, 

Peter de Grimstede. 

Robert de Coventre. 

Peter de la Mare. 

John de Wrockeshale. 

John de Acton. 

John de Brokenberugh. 

Roger de Budeston. 

Adam Marcel. 

Niel de Brinshope. 

Walter de Skidemore. 

Peter de Skidemore. 

Robert de Brokenberugh. 

Ma[h]eu Iwayn. 

William de Syde. 

John Kene of Upton. 

William de Gryndenham. 
Thomas le Rede. 
William de Wauton. 



William de Boysham. 
Robert Gille. 
John de Wylyngton. 
Robert Selyman. 
John de Bishopesdon. 
Richard de Langeford. 
William de Warmeleye. 
Thomas Lestraunge. 
Thomas le Faukoner. 
John de la Chaumbre. 
Ralph de Wylyngton. 
John Kyng. 
John de Petrosmor. 
John le Faukoner. 
Gilbert de Tyneden. 
Ralph de Farleye. 
Simon de Baddesleye. 
Richard le Keu. 
John de Anne. 
Peter Priketo. 
Hugh Rossel. 
John Baldewyne. 
John Turpyn. 
Seysel le Rouz. 

Robert de Bury. 
Nicholas de Gryndenham. 



Sept. 22. 
Hodleigb. 



Sept. 25. 
Westminster. 



Sept. 24. 
Westminster. 



William le Heyr. 



Richard de Langeford. 



The like to the following on the testimony of Henry le Tyeys : — 

Richard de Emesheved. Henry Emesheved. 

Robert de Par. John de Scalebrok. 

Adam de Kenyan. Richard de Lauton. 

William de Femilie. Henry de Ekeleston. 

The like to the following on the testimony of Richard de Grey of 
Codenouere : — 



William son of William. 



John de Shirfeld. 



20 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 



Aug. 20. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 17. 



The like to the following on the testimony of John de Moubray : — 



Henry son of Hugh. 
Robert de Pirpount. 
Nicholas de Hewyk. 
Randolph Smalwode. 
Nicholas de Topclif. 
Peter de Notyngham. 
Richard de Treton. 
John Moigne. 
John le Coupere. 
Robert le Ferour. 
John Mauleverer. 
John Haunsard. 
John de la Fourmerie. 
Ingram Germeyne. 
William Drury of Belton. 
Richard de Holand. 
John de Laybume. 
Robert Crak. 
William de Kijkeby. 
Eustace de Hardeshull. 
Adam le Armerer. 



Bego de Bayouse. 

Hugh de Eland. 

Richard Bowet. 

Roger do Neumarche. 

John de la Ryvere. 

Walter de Brunham. 

John de Ey\'ill of Anstane. 

Richard de Toppeclif . 

John de Leghton. 

John le Barber of Catthorp. 

John Mange vilayn. 

Roger de Wetewode. 

Stephen Baret. 

William Crak. 

William de Shefeld. 

John de Burgoyne, *chaumber. 

leyn.* 
John de Cestrefeld. 
WiUiam Blodde. 
Nicholas de Holdene. 
John de la Mare. 



Sept. 24. 

Westminster. 



Sept. 25. 
Westminster. 



John son of Eudo de Barton. 



Robert son of Eudo de Barton. 



The like to the following on the testimony of Roger de Clifford : — 



Nicholas Prowet. 
Richard le Shorte. 
Nicholas atte Asshe. 
Henry de Hoke. 
Henry le Bugh'. 
William Davy. 
John de Landplou. 
John Gentil. 
Miles le Frankleyn. 
Roger de Stanmere. 
Gilbert de Berewyk. 
John Fomot. 
Thomas de Beauchaump. 
Alan de Hauvile. 
Thomas de W^ake. 
John Syward. 
William de Horsham. 



Nicholas de Hauvile. 
John de Stirkeland. 
Maonsel de Andron. 
Walter de Kirkebryde. 
John Burel. 
Robert Lengleis. 
William Lengleis. 
Robert de Bampton. 
William Smart. 
Nicholas le Pestour. 
Anthony de Lucy. 
Walter de Molecastre. 
Robert de Molecastre. 
Hugh de Loughre. 
John de Orreton. 
Roger de Brounwaldesheved. 



Sept. 25. 

Westminster. 



The like to the following on the testimony of Bartholomew de 
Badelesmere : — 

Malcolm de Slamondeshey. 

All these letters of acquittance are annulled and cancelled by force of a 
Statute made in the Parliament at York three weeks after Easter 15 
Edward II, which Statute is enrolled in the roll of Statutes in the month of 
May 15 Edward II. French. [Pari. Writs.] 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 21 



■iQ9| MEMBRANE 16. 

Aug. 12. Protection with clause ywlnmnH for one year for Master Adam de 
Westminster. Ayremynne, parson of the church of Gairgrave. 

Aug. 20. Pardon, with the assent of the Parliament held three weeks after 
Westminster. Midsummer, to John de Moubray, knight, for resisting Richard de Foxcote, 
sub-escheator in the county of Gloucester, so that the sub-eschcator was 
unable to take into the king's hand the land of Gower in the March of 
Wales, which the said John had acquired without licence from AVilliam 
de Brewosa, who held it in chief, and which for that trespass the king had 
commanded to be taken into his hands by Richard de Rodeneye, escheator 
on this side Trent ; pardon also to all aiders and abettors of the said John. 

ByK. 

Aug. 20. Pardon to the said John de Moubray for so acquiring the said land ; with 
Westminster, restitution of the same. By K. 

Aug. 20. Release to Bartholomew de Badelesmere of any actions or claims 

Westminster, incurred by him by reason of a certain writing, whereby he had bound 

himself in penalties to perform the affairs therein specified, or if he should 

reveal them. French, [Fcedera ; Pari, Writs,'] By K. and C. 

Aug. 26. Protection during pleasure for the guardian and friars of the order of 
Westminster. Minors, Lincoln. By K. 

Aug. 25. Mandate to John de Penereth, constable of the castle of Herbotle, to 

Westminster, deliver the said castle to the sheriff of Northumberland, whom the king has 
commanded to receive and thoroughly destroy the castle, and he wishes 
that the agreement entered into, when treating for a final peace with 
Robert de Brus in whose hands the castle then was and who surrendered it 
to the king's envoys, should be observed, viz. that, if peace were not con- 
cluded before Michaelmas next, the castle should be destroyed, or else 
delivered up to the said Robert de Brus before that date. By K. and C. 

Vacated because otherwise below. 

Mandate to the sheriff of Northumberland to receive the castle from the 
said constable and with his advice and that of other lieges of those parts 
to cause it to be thoroughly destroyed. By K. and C. 

Vacated as above, 

July 8. Licence, after inquisition atl quod damnum made by the sheriff of 

Westminster. Gloucester, for the alienation in mortmain by Andrew Pendok to John de 

Chiltenham, parson of the church of St. Michael, Gloucestre, of a 
messuage in Gloucestre, adjacent to the said church, and of 5 marks of 
rent in the same town, held in chief, to hold to him and his successors by 
the usual services, viz. the messuage for a chapel to be built in honour of 
St. Mary the Virgin for the enlargement of the said church, and the said 
rent to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the said chapel 
for the souls of the king's progenitors, kings of England, the king's soul, 
and also for the souls of the said Andrew and Isabella his wife, Robert 
Pope, and their ancestors and all the faithful departed. 

By fine of 6 marks. 

Aug. 25. Mandate to John de Penereth, constable of the castle of Herbotel, after 

Westminster, recital of the agreement made between the king's envoys and Robert de 

Bruys, to destroy the said castle before Michaelmas next. The sheriff of 

Northumberland is to assist him with the posse and men of the county as 

the constable shall direct. [Fiedera,] By K. and C. 



22 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



J321 Membrane 16 — cant. 

Aug. 25. Writ of aid in pursuance to the said sheriff commanding him to assist 

Westminster. ^^i^\^ jjjg ^^^^^ g^^^J ^Yiq men of the said county at the destruction of the 

castle. By K. and C. 

Mandate to the said sheriff to be present in person assisting and so to 

bear himself that there shall be no default, or negligence on his part. 

Mandate to Roger de Horsele to advise and assist so that the castle may 
be destroyed in the best and most secret manner. 

The like to Gilbert de Burghdon and Richard de Emeldon, separately. 
[Fceilera.] 

Aug. 26. Appointment of Roger de Burthorp, in the room of Walter Wogan, whom 

Westminster, the king had appointed to hold the king's pleas that follow the justiciary of 

Lreland and who is staying in Whales, to hear and determine such pleas 

until the return of the said Walter into Ireland. During that time, the 

said Roger is to receive the usual fee. Renewed by the roll. 

Aug. 26. Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for John Griffun, king's Serjeant, sent to 

Westminster. Norfolk, Suffolk and Lincoln to pur\'ey herring and other fish for the 

Household against Lent. 

By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh. 

Writ of aid, for one year, for Peter de Monte Pesulano, king's serjeant, 
purveying spices and other things pertaining thereto. 

By K. on the like information. 

Aug. 21. Simple protection without clause for two years for William Aylmer, 

Westminster, parson of the church of Dadynton, which is of the king's patronage. 

By p.s. 

Aug. 26. William de Ayremynne, prebendary of Newxastle by Lyons {de Castm 

Westminster. Leonis) in the church of St. Patrick, Dublin, staying in England, has letters 

nominating WiUiam de Bardelby, clerk, his attorney in Ireland for two 
years. 

John de Tunstall, parson of the church of Youghel, staying in 
England, has letters nominating Michael de Bristoll his attorney. 

Sept. 8. William de Jarewell and Robert de Thornton, monks of Peterborough 

Sturry. bringing letters of the chapter announcing the death of Godfrey, late abbot, 

have letters for the prior and convent of licence to elect. By p.s. 



MKMBRASK 15. 

Aug. 18. Licence for Lucy late the wife of Robert Mautravers to enfeoff John son 

Westminster, of Robert Mautravers of a messuage, 2 mills, a carucate and 80 acres of 

land, 10 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, 200 acres of wood and 20s, 

of rent in Crowelle, and the advowson of the church of that town, held in 

chief. By fine of 408. 

Aug. 8. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 

Westminster. Thame by Edmund Maubaunk of a messuage in Fletestrete in the parish 
of St. Bride, in the suburb of London, held of the bishop of Salisbury, of 
the value of 80.s'. yearly as appears by inquisition made by Richard de 
Rodeneye, escheator on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of a licence 
to acquire 20 marks yearly of land and rent, to find a chaplain to celebrate 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



23 



1321. 



Aug. 24. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 25. 
Westminster. 

Aug. 24. 
Westminster. 



Aug. 26. 
Westminster. 



Sept. 7. 
Sandwich. 



Sept. 6. 
Sandwich. 

Sept. 24. 
Westminster. 

Aug. 16. 
Westminster. 



Sept. 7. 

Minster in 

Thanet. 



Sept. 7. 
Sandwich. 



Sept. 12. 
Harwich. 



Membrane 16 — cont, 

divine service daily in the abbey of Thame for the good estate of Isabella, 
the queen consort, and the said Edmund, and for the soul of the said 
Edmund after his death, and for the souls of his ancestors and all bene- 
factors and the faithful departed. 

Writ of aid, during pleasure, for William Roberti, canon of the hospital 
of St. Mary, Rouncevall, appointed proctor in England of that hospital for 
the recovery of their lands and rents, as it appears that upon the death of 
John de Rouncevall, their late proctor, not being aware of his death they 
did not appoint a new proctor, wars and other impediments hindering them, 
so that their lands and rents were taken by divers men. By K. 

John de Langeton, going on the king's service to Wales, has letters 
nominating Adam de Garboldesham his attorney in England for one year. 

Francis Jamore of the society of the Peruchi of Florence, staying beyond 
seas, has letters nominating Robert de Marbek, and William de Catherton 
his attorneys for two years. 

Nicholas de Cheygny, staying in England, has letters nominating Henry 
de Trente and Nicholas Neyrun his attorneys in the islands of Gernery 
and Jereseye for one year. 

Appointment until further order of Geoffrey de Somersete, sub-prior of 
Bermundeseye, and William de Alingeo, parson of the church of Newenton, 
to the custody of the priory of Bermundeseye, the prior and convent thereof 
having complained that as regards Master Robert de Haselshawe, provost 
of Wells, and John de Lodelowe, monk of the said priory, lately appointed 
keepers, the former takes no part and the latter does not behave well in the 
custody thereof. 

Protection with clause royamus for two years for the master and brethren 
of the hospital of St. Anthony staying in England. 

The like for the master and brethren of the house of St. Leonard, 
Bedeford. 

Pardon, at the request of certain persons in the present Parliament at 
Westminster, to Richard Bouet of Souleby, for the death of Nicholas 
son of Nicholas de Musgrave, of Souleby, and of any consequent outlawry. 

Byp.s. [5778.] 

The like to William Bouet of Souleby for the death of the said Nicholas. 

Release to Robert de Staunton, in consideration of his services to queen 
Isabella, and of his bringing nfews of her delivery of Joan, the king's 
daughter, of 80/. out of the 180Z. wherein he is bound at the Exchequer ; 
and as to the residue, grant of respite at will. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the prior of Gyseburn. 

The like for John de Percebrigg staying in the Chancery by the king's 
command. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for Thomas Cobbe. 

Presentation of John de Crokeseston to the church of Yerlyngton in the 
diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
land and heir of William de Monte Acuto, tenant in chief. By p.s. 



24 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



ii 



1321. 

Sept. 15. 

Harwich. 

Sept. 12. 
Harwich. 



Sept. 25. 
Westminster. 



Sept. 24. 
Westminster. 

Sept. 27. 

Westminster. 

Sept. 26. 
Westminster. 

Sept. 28. 
Westminster. 



Sept. 29. 

Tower of 

London. 



Sept. 25. 
Westminster. 



Sept. 29. 

Tower of 

London. 



Oct. 2. 

Tower of 

London. 

Sept. 80. 

Tower of 

London. 



il 



Sept. 30. 

Tower of 

London. 

Oct. 1. 

Tower of 

London. 

Oct. 6. 
Porchester 



Membrane 15 — emit. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for Master Edmund de 
London, dean of the king's free chapel in the castle of Hastings. 

I'^xomption, for life, at the request of Edmund, earl of Kent, for Nicholas 
Bonde of Freston, from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions. 

By p.s. 

Presentation of Roger de Sutton to the church of Northcolyngham in 
the diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the abbey 
of Peterborough. By K. 

Protection with clause nolnmm for one year for John de Marton, parson 
of the church of Westtillebrok. 

The like for one year for John de Hemmyngburgh, parson of the church of 
Middelton. 

Roger de Sutton, clerk, staying in England, has letters nominating 
William de Bardelby, clerk, his attorney in Ireland for two years. 

Presentation of Master Hugh de Hacford to the church of Great Lyne- 
ford, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody 
of the land and heir of Edmund le Botyller, tenant in chief. By p.s. 

The like of Walkelin de Asshemaresbrok to the church of Clopton, in the 
same diocese, void by the resignation of Philip de Warle, the late rector, in 
the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the abbey of Peterborough. 

By p.s. 

The like of Master Richard de Herlawe to the church of Newenham, in 
the diocese of Hereford, void by the resignation of John de Lyndewode, the 
late rector. By p.s. 

The like of Master John de Gloucestre to the church of Welleford, in the 
diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the 
priory of Derhurst. By p.s. 

Notification of the admission by the king upon presentation to him by 
the burgesses of Oxford of John de Duglinton, burgess of Oxford, as mayor 
of the town. By K. 

Protection for one year for William de Thunneyk, king's clerk, going to 
the county of Derby on the affairs of Gauselinus Johannis, cardinal priest of 
SS. ^Marcellinus and Peter. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Walter de Bello Campo to the custody 
of the castle of Drosselan. By p.s. 

Mandate to Roger de Mortuo Mari of Chirk, justice of Wales, to deliver 
the castle together with its armour, victuals, &c. to him by indenture. 

Vacated because otheririse on the Fine Hull. 

Safe-conduct, until Martinmas, for Master John de Mildenhale, king's 
Serjeant, whom the king is sending to bring horses into England from 
beyond the seas. By K. 

The like, until Easter, for Garsias de Shee, yeoman of Master Peter 
Galiciensis, treasurer of the Agenais, doing the like. By K. 

Grant to Master Robert de Hampton, king's clerk, of the deanery of the 
free chapel of Shrewsbury, void by the resignation of Peter de Sheyndon, 
the late dean. By p.s. 



16 EDWARD n.— Part 1. 



25 



1321. 



Oct. 7. 

Porchester. 



Oct. 12. 

Porchester. 



Sept. 5. 

Minster in 

Thanet. 



Membrane 16 — cant. 

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Salop to give corporal possession 
of the deanery to the said Master Robert. 

Licence, at the request of Thomas, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of 
England, for the dean and chapter of St. Andrew's, Wells, to acquire in 
mortmain 20/. yearly of land and rent to find three chaplains in that 
church to celebrate divine service daily for the souls of Edward I and 
Margaret, his sometime consort. By p.s. 

Notification that on the octave of St. Martin, 14 P^dward II, the king 
recovered in the Bench against Henry, bishop of Lincoln, his presentation 
to the whole prebend of Aylesbury in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, in 
the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of that see. 

Grant, after recital of the grant of lOOs. a year to Joan de Vilers 
receivable at the hands of the receiver of the county of Ponthieu, which is 
in the queen's hands, to queen Isabella of lOO."*. a year for the life of the 
said Joan to be received out the farm of the city of London every Michaelmas 
in recompence for the sum so granted to the said Joan out of the issues of 
the county of Ponthieu. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriffs of London to pay the said sum to 
the queen. 

The like to the keeper of the ofiice of the treasurer and barons of the 
Exchequer to make due allowance to the sheriffs in their account. 



Sept. 6. 

Minster in 

Thanet. 

Aug. 80. 

Westminster. 

Sept. 7. 
Sandwich. 



Sept. 7. 

Minster in 

Thanet. 



MEMBRAXE 14. 

Licence for the mayor and barons of Sandwich to divert the course of the 
water called *Gestelyng,' which there runs to the sea, as they please round 
the towTi for the better security thereof. By p.s. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for John de Hamelyn, clerk, 
staying in the Chancery by the king's command. 

Nicholas, abbot of Tiron, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating 
Ralph le Eremyte, his fellow monk, and John le Scryveyn his attorneys in 
England for four years. By fine of 2 marks. Southampton. 

Protection with clause ror/amus for two years for the master and brethren 
of the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr of Aeon, in the city of London ; 
with mandate to bailiffs to arrest all unauthorized persons collecting alms 
in their names. 

. Tn!i])eximus and confirmation of a composition made between Richard, 
abbot of Abyndon and the convent thereof and John de Campeden, prior of 
Colne, and the convent thereof, dated at Colne by Robert de Veer, earl of 
Oxford, patron of Colne, Pr. Kalends of April 1321, and also dated 
at Abyndon by the abbot and convent in chapter Pr. Nones of April in that 
year, viz. the prior and convent of Colne may receive monks from where 
they choose, and they shall not be compelled to receive anyone from 
Abyndon, and such monks of Abyndon as have been sent there may return 
to Abyndon within three years, and the convent of Colne may elect a prior 
out of their own house, but the abbot of Abyndon is to have the right of 
visitation. And for this the priory of Colne quit-claims to the abbey of 
Abyndon all its right in the church of Kensyngton, in the diocese of London. 
[MonastieoHy Vol, I F, p. 108.] By p.s. 



26 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



Sept. 6. 

Sandwich. 



Sept. 6. 
Sandwich. 

Sept. 12. 
Harwich. 



^oZL. Membrane 14 — cont. 

Protection, with clause nolumm^ for one year for Master Henry de 
Clif. 

Safe-conduct for Geofifrey de Bardeneye, fi:oing on pilgrimage to the land 
of Jerusalem. 

Mandate for two years to sheriffs, bailift's and othei-s, on complaint 
by Master John Marcii, proctor general in England of the house of St. 
Anthony, Vienne, to arrest all persons falsely pretending to be proctor of 
that house. 

William de Sumery, clerk, staying in the Chancery, has letters nominat- 
ing Philip de Castro Godrici his attorney in Ireland for one year. 

Protection until All Saints for John Siward, the serjeant whom Robert de 
Bardelby, king's clerk, is sending to Kent for corn and other necessaries to 
be brought to London for the maintenance of the said Robert and his 
household. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for Master John Baret, 
parson of Boston, going beyond seas for study. 

The said Master John has letters nominating Thomas de Sibthorp, 
clerk, and William Scot his attorneys for two years. 

Exemption for life to John de Brokesbum from being put on assizes, 
juries or recognitions ; and from being ma<le sheriff, coroner, bailiff or 
other minister of the king. By p.s. 

Protection, with clause nolumus, for one year for Thomas de Brayton, 
parson of the church of Risshangles. 

Signification to H. bishop of Lincoln, of the royal assent to the election 
of Adam de Botheby, a monk of Peterborough, to be abbot thereof. By K. 

Pardon to Henry Casi for acquiring in fee without licence a messuage, 
16 acres of land and 6 acres of meadow in Ministreworth from Nicholas 
son of Roger de Boyfeld, tenant in chief ; with restitution of the same. 

By fine of 2 marks. 

The abbot of Mont St. Michel, staying beyond the seas, has letters 
nominating Gilbert Verrent and William Guillochie his attorneys in the 
islands of Gemereye and Jereseye for three years. 

Gilbert de Seleby, brother and heir of John de Seleby, staying in 
England, has letters nominating William de Bardelly, clerk, and Robert 
de Hales, his attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

Protection with clause nnjamiis for one year for the master and brethren 
of the hospital of St. James, Dunwich. 

Mandate to Richard de Rodeneye, escheator on this side Trent, to 
deliver the temporalities of Peterborough Abbey to Adam de Botheby, a 
monk thereof, whose election as abbot H. bishop of Lincoln has confirmed. 

By p.s. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. By p.s. 

Oct. 2. John de Castre, staying beyond the seas on the king's service, has 

Sheen letters nominating Richard de Redgrave his attorney for three years. 



Sept. 14. 

Harwich. 

Sept. 12. 
Harwich 

Sept. 18. 
Shotley. 



Aug. 25. 
Westminster. 

Sept. 25. 
Westminster. 

Sept. 29. 

Tower of 

London. 



Oct. 8. 
Sheen. 



Oct. 1. 
Sheen. 



Oct. 2. 

Sheen. 

Oct. 7. 
Porchester. 



15 EDWARD n.— Pabt 1. 



27 



1321. 

Sept. 28. 
Westminster. 



Oct. 2. 

Sheen. 



Oct. 7. 
Porchester. 



Oct. 12. 
Porchester. 



Oct. 23. 
Rochester. 



Membrane 14 — cont. 

Pardon, at the instance of Thomas, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of 
England, the king's brother, to John de Dovorr*, sheriff of Essex, for the 
escape of Richard son of Richard de Sibeston, chaplain, from the prison 
of Colecestre Castle, where he was detained for a larceny committed on 
John Wille. By p.s. 

Pardon to Clement de Morton for acquiring for life without licence 
a messuage and 2 virgates of land in Boclond of John de Lenham, held 
in chief ; with restitution of the same. By fine of | mark. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for Master Nicholas de 
Tyngewyk, parson of the church of Bedewynde. 

Matilda late the wife of Richard Costentyn, staying in England, has letters 
nominating Robert de Barowe of Barton and Robert le Lange of Barton 
her attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

Protection with clause nohimHs for one year for Richard, a monk of 
Savigny, keeper of the house of Long Benyngton. 

Presentation of John atte Bruge, chaplain, to the chapel of the manor of 
la Vacherie in the diocese of Winchester in the king's gift by reason of his 
custody of the land and heir of Edmund le Butiller, tenant in chief. 

By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumns for two years for Master Thomas de 
Fox ton, parson of the church of Thornton (or Thornton). 



Oct. 1. 

Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 16. 

Tower of 

London. 



Oct. 18. 

Tower of 

London. 



MEMBRANE 13. 

Grant, for five years, to the mayor, sheriff and other citizens of London 
of murage, to be collected by Hamo de Chiggewell, mayor of the city, and 
others whom he shall appoint. By p.s. 

Protection, until the Purification, for the servants whom William de 
Basingwerk and Maddoc de Capenhurst, burgesses and merchants of 
Chester, are sending to Ireland to buy 200 quarters of corn of various kinds 
to take to Chester. 

The like for one year for Thomas le Clerk of Ipswich, going with their 
ships and merchandise to divers parts of England and Gascony, and also 
for Henry le Rotun, his fellow. 

By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremyme. 

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Richard de Rodeneye, 
escheator on this side Trent, for John Amory to grant in mortmain 60 acres 
of land in Little Maldon, parcel of the manor of Little Maldon, which is 
held in chief as of the honor of Peverel by knight service, to the abbot and 
convent of Byleye in exchange for other 60 acres of land there, held in 
frank almoin. By fine of 20s. 

Licence for Joan daughter of William de Felmyngham to grant a sixth 
part of the manors of Felmyngham and Bekham, and the advoweons of the 
church of Bekham and of a fourth part of the church of Felmyngham, 
held in chief, to James de Whittewell and Alice his wife and Christiana 
daughter of William de Felmyngham, to hold to them and the heirs of the 
said James. By fine of o marks. 



28 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 

Oct. 19. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 18. 

Tower of 

London. 

Oct. 12. 

Porchester. 



Oct. 19. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 19. 
Tower of 
London. 



Mmihrane 13 — eont. 

Pardon to John Denne and Beatrice his wife for acquiring without 
licence to them and the heirs of the said John a messuage and 16 acres of 
land in Hornyngtoft from Thomas de Hauvill, held in chief ; with 
restitution thereof. By fine of \ mark. 

Protection with clause i-olumiis for one year for Master Jordan Moraunt 
going beyond the seas on the king's service. By p.s. 

Mandate to all provosts, bailiffs and ministers assigned or to be assigned 
to the custody of the manors and lands in England of Hugh le Despenser, 
the elder, and Hugh le Despenser, the younger, except the manors of 
Bedhampton, Wockyng, Sutton and Baggeshut, to deliver to Gilbert de 
Wygton and Henry de Thrapston, king's clerks — whom the king had 
appointed surveyors and head keepers of all such lands, with power to appoint 
provosts, bailiffs and other ministers under them who shall answer at the 
Exchequer for the issues thereof — their reasonable expenses out of the said 
issues, receiving from the said Gilbert and Henry letters, or tallies, for 
which an allowance will be made to them in their accounts at the 
Exchequer. By p.s. 

Commission to Robert le Ewer in conjunction with the keepers of the 
peace and the sheriffs of the counties of Surrey, Sussex, Southampton, 
Wilts, Oxford, Berks, Somerset and Dorset, to enquire touching malefactors 
making confederacies there, and to arrest and attach the guilty and to send 
them to the nearest gaols until further order. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William Notekyn to Elias de 
Stapelton, parson of the church of Swaueton, of a rood of land in 
Swaueton adjoining the dwelling-place of the parsonage for the enlargement 
thereof. By p.s. 



Oct. 7. 
Porchester. 



Oct. 16. 

Tower of 
London 

Oct. 12. 

Porchester, 

Oct. 12. 

Porchester. 

Oct. 17. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 12. 

John, abbot of St. Just of the Premonstratensian order, going beyond 
the seas, has letters nominating Ralph le Speke his attorney for two years. 

Robert Servoiser, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating the said 
Ralph his attorney. 

Matthew de Medunta, late dean of the chapel of St. Buryan, Cornwall, 
staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating John de Maunte and David 
de Sulgcnegh his attorneys for one year. 

William de ]Montenyaco, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating 
Ralph le Speke his attorney for two years. 

Simple protection without clause until Whitsunday for Adam de 
Hodcleston going to Santiago on pilgrimage. 

By K. on the information of the Earl of Pembroke. 

Appointment during pleasure of William de Weston, king's yeoman, to 
the custody of the castle of Porcestre. By p.s. 

Writ of aid during pleasure for the said William whom the king has 
commanded to pur>'ey victuals for the munition thereof. By p.s. 

The like for Robert Lewer, constable of the castle of Odyham, pur^•eying 
victuals for the munition thereof. By K. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1, 



29 



1321. 

Oct. 18. 
Tower of 
London 



Oct. 19. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 19. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 18. 

Tower of 

London. 

Aug. 1. 
Sheppey. 



Oct. 28. 
Bochester. 



Oct. 17. 

Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 27. 
Leeds. 

Oct. 26. 

Xjeeos. 



Membrane 12 — cont. 

Licence for James de Wittewell and Alice his wife to enfeoff Walter de 
Wittewell of a sixth part of the manors of Felmyngham and Bekham and of 
the advowsons of the church of Bekham and of a fourth part of the church 
of Felmyngham, held in chief, and for him to regrant the same to the said 
James and Alice his wife and the heirs of James. By fine of 5 marks. 

The like for Christiana daughter of William de Felmyngham to enfeoff 
the said Walter of the same premises, and for him to regrant them to her for 
life, with remainder to the said James and Alice and the heirs of James. 

By fine of 5 marks. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Cirencestre of the following lands &c. in Cirencestre, viz. by Walter 
Writhelok of a messuage, 26 acres of land, } acre of meadow, and 5s. of 
rent ; by William de Pulham of a messuaji^e and an acre of meadow ; by 
Thomas Reymbald and Isabella his wife of an acre of meadow ; by William 
Schail, the younger, of a toft and a moiety of a virgate of land and 8 acres 
of meadow ; and by William do Middelton of 2 acres of meadow. 

By fine of 40«. 

The like to the abbot and convent of Keynesham by the abbot and convent 
of Dureford of 40'?. of rent in Mapeldoreham and Winchester, in part satis- 
faction of 100.<. of land and rent which they had licence to acquire. 

Pardon to William Jetour of his outlawry in the county of York for not 
appearing before the king to answer Helmyng de Osenbrigg on a plea of 
trespass. By writ of secret seal. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Christchurch, Canterbury, by Bertram de Twytham of 12 acres of land, 7 
acres of meadow, and 5 acres of pasture in Eylewarton, Chertham, Brok 
and Ikham, held of them, of the value of Is, yearly, as appears by inquisition 
made by Richard de Bodenaye, escheator on this side Trent, in part 
satisfaction of 20/. yearly of land and rent which they had licence to acquire 
for the maintenance of seven chaplams to celebrate divine service daily in 
the chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr by the gate of their priory for the 
souls of the king and his ancestors and all the faithful departed. 

Writ de intendendo directed to all the men of Kent in favour of David, 
earl of Athol and John de Weston who is supplying the place in the 
Household of Thomas, earl of Norfolk, the king's brother, whom the king 
is sending forward until his arrival with Aymer de Valencia, earl of 
Pembroke, and John do ]3ritannia, earl of Richemund, to lay siege to the 
castle of Ledes, which is held against queen Isabella by men of the 
household of Bartholomew de Badelesmere and others by his command ; 
and they are to come with horses and arms and the posse of the coimty at 
the king's wages. [Fadera : Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Mandate to the sheriff of Kent to warn all knights and footmen of his 
bailiwick to muster at the said castle under the command of the earl of 
Athol and John de Weston by Tuesday before St. Luke the Evangelist. 

[Fadera : Pari, Writs.] 

Simple protection without clause until Christmas for Nicholas Dauney, 
going beyond the seas. By p.s. 

Protection with clause iwlmnus for one year for John de Foxle, a baron 
of the Exchequer. By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 



80 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 



Oct. 24. 

Boxley. 



Oct. 1. 
Leeds. 

Oct. 29. 
Leeds. 



Nov. 2. 
Leeds. 

Nov. 6. 
Tonbridge. 



Membrane 12 — cont. 

Safe-conduct, during pleasure, for the servants whom John do Cherleton, 
king's merchant and citizen of London, is sending beyond the seas to buy 
com and other victuals to bring to London. By K. on the like information. 

Pardon to Aline late the wife of Edward Burnel for acquiring for life 
without licence the manor of Marteleye, co. Worcester, from Hugh le 
Despenser, the elder, held in chief ; with restitution thereof. By p.s. 

Mandate to Roger de Mortuo Mari of Chirk, justice of Wales, or the person 
supplying his place, to deliver the castle of Drosselan with the stewardship 
of Cantremaur and its appurtenances by indenture to Walter de Bello 
Campo, to whom the king has granted the custody thereof, or his attorney, 
as the king cannot do without the presence of the said Walter. By p.s. 

Simple protection without clause until Whitsunday for Robert de Ardem, 
going beyond the seas. By p.s. 

Grant to Edmund de Alegate, king's serjeant, of the bailiwick of the 
custody of the gate of the castle of Wyndesore, to hold in the same manner 
as Roger le Porter, deceased, had held it. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to Ralph de Cammoys, constable of that castle, to 
deliver it. 

Presentation of Robert de Tong to the church of Stretton in Strettonsdale 
in the diocese of Hereford. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumns for one year for Thomas de Byndon. 



Oct. 19. 
Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



Oct. 19. 
Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 23. 

Rochester. 



Oct. 21. 
Eltham. 

Oct. 19. 

Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 11. 

Protection with clause noluttnut for one year for Vannus Grandonis and 
his fellows, merchants of the society of the Spini, and Thomas Brodyng, 
keepers of the manor of Gedeneye. 

Pardon to John le Ray of Little Reynham and Etheldreda his wife for 
acquiring without licence to them and the heirs of John, 10 acres of land 
and lis. of rent in Little Reynham from Thomas de Hauvill, held in 
chief ; with restitution thereof. By fine of 20it, 

Licence for Joan la Mey to grant in tail to Robert le Mey 9 messuages, 
80 acres of land, 4 acres of pasture and 6s, of rent in Causton, held in 
chief. By fine of 40s. 

Master Thomas de Foxton, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating 
Master Thomas de Carleton and John de Foxton his attorneys for 
two years. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for Richard Tilloy, mayor 
of the town of Bristol. 

By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

Protection, with clause voluviusy until Easter for Andrew de Harcla, 
staying in the March of Scotland on the king's service. By p.s. 

Pardon to John le Taverner, Robert Martyn and Thomas son of John le 
Tavemer of Bristol of their outlawry in the county of Gloucester for not 
appearing before Henry le Spigurnel and his fellows, justices of oyer and 



15 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



81 



1321. 



Oct. 23. 
Rochester. 

Oct. 25. 
Boxley. 



Oct. 18. 
Tower of 
London. 

Oct. 25. 
Boxley. 



Oct. 25. 
Leeds. 

Oct. 21. 
Eltham. 

Oct. 23. 

Rochester. 



Sept. 29. 
Tower of 
London. 



Nov. 8. 
Leeds. 



Nov. 8. 
Leeds. 



Membrane 11 — cont. 

tenniner in that county, and of the abjuration of the realm which they 
afterwards made in the town of Bristol for the felonies which they 
acknowledged that they had committed in that county. By p.s. 

The like to Robert Martyn. 

Safe conduct for one year for John de Wrotham, of the order of Friars 
Preachers, going on the king's affairs beyond the seas. 

Grant as a further favour to the aldermen, sheriflfs, citizens and 
commonalty of the city of London that they may nominate any citizen to 
the mayoralty and present him at the Exchequer to take his oath there. 
The king had replevied to them until Michaelmas last the office of the 
mayoralty, which had been taken into his hands before the justices in 
eyre at the Tower of London and he had accepted their nomination of 
Hamo de Chigwell, to the office, for that period, and had delivered the 
custody thereof to the said Hugh, who still holds it. [Fcedera.] By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the keeper of the office of the treasurership and 
the barons of the Exchequer to admit and take the oath from the person so 
presented at the Exchequer. [Fiedera.] 

Grant for life to John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, of the return of 
writs and summonses in his town and soke of Boston, co. Lincoln. 

By p.s. 

Master Jordan Moraunt, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating 
William de Buterle and Henry de Sturreye his attorney for one year. 
He has like letters nominating Richard de Crofton. 

Safe conduct for that period for the said Master Jordan, going beyond 
the seas on the king's business. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for the prior of Lenton, 
going on the king's service beyond the seas. By p.s. 

Swanilda late the wife of Richard de Fey staying in England has letters 
nominating Richard de Fey and Henry Lyreis her attorneys in Ireland for 
two years. 

Appointment, during pleasure, at the request of Geoffrey prior of Lenton, 
of William de Cossale, king's clerk, and Herbert Pouger, to be keepers of 
the priory and to apply the revenues to the discharge of its debts, and for 
the maintenance of the prior and convent. By p.s. 

Mandate to all persons in the castle of Tonebrigge to deliver it 
with its armour, victuals, &c,, by indenture to Nicholas de la Beche and 
Richard de Grofhirst ; as Bartholomew de Badelesmere, to whom it was 
originally committed as part of the lands of Hugh Daudele, the younger, 
forfeited to the king by judgment of the court, has disregarded the king's 
mandate to deliver it to Edmund de Wodestok, earl of Kent, his brother, 
to whom he has since granted it. By K. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for Nicholas de Clifford, 
prior of Blyth. 



Nov. 5. Licence for John le fiz Nichol to grant for life to William Martel his 

*''*11"*8^- manor of Nymdesfeld, co. Gloucester, held in chief. By fine of 1 mark. 



82 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 

Nov. 10. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 6. 
Tonbridge. 



Nov. 5. 
Tonbridge. 

Nov. 10. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 9. 
Eltham. 



Oct. 20. 
Tower of 
London. 



Metnbrane 11 — cont. 

Writ of aid for two years directed to the mayor, bailiffs and others of the 
town of Oxford in favour of William de Bircestre, burgess of that town, 
deputed by William de Ayremynne, king's clerk, to whom the king has 
granted for life the custody of the house of the Converts, London, to 
collect the rents due to the said house in that town. 

John de Goushull, parson of the church of Alyngton, going beyond 
the seas, has letters nominating William de ^lanthorp and Nicholas son of 
Michael de Spaldyng his attorneys for two years. 

Simple protection without clause for two years for the master and 
brethren of the hospital of St. ^Margaret, Huntyngdon, which is of the 
king's advowson. 

Ralph, count of Ew and Joan his wife, staying beyond the seas, have letters 
nominating Bartholomew de Whigton and Hugh Erl their attorneys for two 
years. 

They have like letters nominating the same persons in Ireland. 

Pardon to Hugh le Tigheler of Lincoln for acquiring for life without 
licence the manor of Rouston, co. Lincoln, from Adam de Everyngham of 
Laxton, held in chief ; with restitution thereof. By fine of 5 marks. 

Licence for Thomas, earl of Lancaster to grant in frank almoin to Elias 
de Stapelton, parson of the church of Swaveton two acres of land there, 
held in chief, adjoining his dwelling-place for the enlargement thereof. 

By p.s. 



Nov. 18. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 18. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 11. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 17. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 14. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 10. 

Protection until Midsummer for Adam de Seleby, the Serjeant whom 
Robert de Bardelby, king's clerk, parson of the church of Dodyngton, is 
sending to his church to sell his corn there and to bring part of it to 
London for the maintenance of his household. 

Pardon to William de Benham and Joan his wife for acquiring in tail 
without licence a messuage and a virgate of land in Mersbaldyngton, 
CO. Oxford, from Richard de Morton, who held the same in chief as of the 
honor of Walingford ; with restitution thereof. By fine of i mark. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Wroxton by Walter de Bumcestre of 8 messuages, a virgate, and 21 acres 
and 1 rood of land in Wroxton and Balscote, held of the priory and of the 
value of 2$, yearly, as appears by inquisition made by Richard de Rodeneye, 
escheator on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of lOOs. yearly of land 
and rent which they have licence to acquire. 

Clemencia late the wife of John de Vescy, staying beyond the seas, has 
letters nominating Reyner de Cotum and Richard de Cley her attorneys 
in England for two years. 

Safe conduct, until the Purification, for Master Richard de Burton and 
Hugh de Burgh, king's clerks, whom the king is sending to the March of 
Scotland, to take measures for the safety of those parts against the Scottish 
enemies and rebels. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbess and convent of 
Godestowe by William de Bumcestre of a toft in the suburb of Oxford in 
exchange for another toft there to be granted to him by the said abbess 
and convent. By fine of i mark. 



15 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



88 



1321. 

Nov. 14. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 15. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 19. 
Ongar 

(Anifre). 



Nov. 22. 

Ongar. 



Nov. 12. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 25. 
Ilford. 

Nov. 29. 

Pomfret-on- 
Thames, 



Nov. 28. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 



Nov. 80. 

Pomf ret-on - 

Thames. 



^lemhrane 10 — cont. 

Pardon to the heirs and executors of the wills of Robert de Araz and 
Ralph le Fevre, sheriffs of London in the time of Edward I, of that which 
pertains to the king for the escape of Arnulph son of Robert de Mounteny 
from the prison of Ncup^ato, and also of the chattels of the said Arnulph 
forfeited on that account, whereof they and the tenants of the lands and 
tenements late of the said Robert and Ralph were charged before Hervey de 
Stanton and his fellows, justices last in eyre at the Tower of London. 

By p.s. 

Grant to Master Adam de Ayremynne, king's clerk, of the deanery of 
Chester, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see of Coventry 
and Lichfield. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to the guardian of the spirituality of that bishopric. 

Presentation of the same Master Adam de Ayremynne to the said 
deanery. By K. 

Grant for life to Alice late the wife of Elias de Tyngewyk of 80/. yearly 
at the Exchequer in lieu of the farm of the regality and market of Derteford, 
CO. Kent, lately granted to her for life as of that value, which the king 
afterwards granted amongst other lands to Edmund de Wodestok, earl of 
Kent. By K. 

Licence for the prior and convent of Coventry and the dean and chapter 
of Lichfield to elect a bishop on news being brought of the death of Walter, 
the late bishop, by William de Blaby, sacristan, and Simon de Franketon, 
cellarer, of Coventry, and Master John de Stratford and Philip de Turvill, 
canons of Lychefeld. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by AVilliam de Loppedelle, parson 
of the church of Seleseye, to Thomas Whetston, vicar of the church of Bixle 
by Hastynges, of 8 acres of land and 12^/. of rent in Bixlo in augmentation 
of his vicarage. By fine of J mark. 

Robert, prior of Bath, staying in England, has letters nominating Robert 
Beon and Nicholas de Weston his attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

Licence, after inquisition ad t/uod dawnuw made by Richard de Rodeneye, 
late escheator on this side Trent, at the instance of Aymer de Valencia, earl 
of Pembroke, for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Bromholm by Henry de Sidestronde and Roger de AValsham of a fifth part 
of the manor of Baketon by Bromholm, co. Norfolk, which fifth part is held 
in chief as of the honor of Eye. By K. 

Grant in fee simple to David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, of the castle, 
manor and honor of Chilham, co. Kent, with knights' fees, advowsons and 
other appurtenances, late of Isabella de Dovor, his grandmother, which 
came to the hands of Edward I as an escheat and is now in the king's 
hands; conditionally upon his faithful adherence to the king. [VarL 
Writs.] By K. 

Licence for Adam CJerard, chaplain, to enfeoff Bartholomew Gerard of a 
messuage, 25 acres of land, 2.} acres of meadow and pasture for 800 sheep 
in Fakenham and Euston, held in chief. By fine of IOn. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Staverdale by William Wytheng and Joan his wife, of 18 acres of land in 
Batecombe by Breuton, upon the death of Richard le Taillur of Glaston- 
bury and Eleanor his wife, who hold the same of them in dower of the said 
Eleanor, which are held of the priory, and are of the value of 2s. yearly, as 



249C2 



c 



84 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 



Nov. 25. 

nford. 



Membrane 10 — cont. 

appears by inquisition made by Richard de Rodeneye, late escheator on this 
side Trent, in part satisfaction of 10/. yearly of land and rent which they 
have licence to acquire. 

Grant for life to Giles de Ispania and Laurencia his wife of the houses 
and lands specified in the under-mentioned schedule late of William 
de Monte Ryvelli held and which by reason of his debts to the king are in 
the king's hands. By K. 

Vacated because otherwise on the schethde attached. 



Nov. 26. 

Ilford. 



Nov. 80. 

Pomfret-on- 
Thames. 



Membrane 10 — {ScheihUe), 

Grant to Giles de Ispannia, king's serjeant, and to Laurencia his wife, for 
their lives, of the houses, lands and tenements in Redynges, Burefeld, 
Whitele, Erie, Wenergh and Sunninges as well those late of Robert de 
Preston, which through a trespass of the said Robert came to the hands of 
Edward I and were by him granted to William de Monte Ryvelli for as 
long as they remained in his hands for that reason, as also those held by 
the said William on the day of his death, which came to the king's hands 
both for the said trespass and for the debts wherein the said William was 
bound to Edward I. By K. 

Membrane 10 — c<mt. 

Protection for Master Walter de Blyth, king's clerk, parson of the 
church of Worth in the diocese of Salisbury, in his possession of that 
church, which is of the patronage of the abbot and convent of Abyndon, and 
which he holds by reason of the right which the king holds or may hold on 
account of any preceding voidanoe of that abbey, which is also of the king's 
patronage. By E. 



Nov. 10. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 14. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 18. 

Westminster. 

Nov. 16. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 11. 
Westminster. 

Nov. 15. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 9. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of* 
Spaldyngg by Henry son of Lambert de Weston of 9 acres and 8 roods of 
land in Weston, of their own fee and of the yearly value of 9^. dd., as 
appears by inquisition made by Richard de Rodeneye, escheator this side 
Trent, in part satisfaction of 201. yearly of land which they have licence to 
acquire. 

Grant for one year to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Great 
Yarmouth, for the repair of their town, that the goods of merchants or 
aliens shall not be arrested for any debt of which they are not principal 
debtors, or pledges, or for the trespass of other persons in that town. 

By p.s. 

Presentation of William de Kyrkeby to the church of Cheddeseye in the 
diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of 
the land and heir of William de Monte Acuto, tenant in chief. By p.s. 

Protection with clause volumus, until St. Botolph's, for Thomas son of 
Richard de Hockele of London, staying in Ponthieu on the king's 
service. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumm for one year for Roger de Gildesburgh, 
parson of the church of Crauelegh. 

The like for Master Gilbert de Middeltou, 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 86 



1 Qoj Membrane 9 — e^mt, 

Nov. 12. Pardon to Richard son of Roger de Boyfeld for acquiring in fee without 
Westminster, licence from Henry de Lancastre a messuage and a moiety of a virgate of 

land in Hampton, held in chief. By fine of ^ mark. 

Nov. 11. The like upon fine made by William Haliberd and Agnes his wife, to the 

Westminster, gaid Agnes for acquiring in fee without licence to her and her heirs 

from Alice daughter of John Rewe a messuage and 6 acres of land in 

Turvey, and from Joan daughter of John Rowe and Walter her son 4 acres 

of land there ; with restitution thereof. By fine of i mark. 

Nov. 14. Prohibition directed to all ecclesiastical persons from proceedings in 
Westminster, derogation of the judgment of the king's court, whereby the king recovered 
against Henry, bishop of Lincoln, the collation to the prebend of Aylesbury 
in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, and from molesting Master Robert de 
Baldok, king's clerk, whom the king has collated to it, in his possession 
thereof, by citing him to answer without the realm, touching his said 
collation. By K. 

Nov. 16. Mandate to John de Sapy, late constable of the castle of Beaumaris, to 

Westminster, deliver that castle with its armour, victuals, &c. by indenture and the 

shrievalty of Kaernarvon to Giles de Bello Campo, to whom the king has 

committed during pleasure the custody thereof, or to his attorney, as the 

king cannot do without the presence in his service of the said Giles. 

By p.s. 

Nov. 12. Protection with clause volumus until Easter for Ralph de Gorges, the 
Westminster, elder, lately on the king's service in the March of Wales and for that 

reason taken and imprisoned. By E. 

Nov. IB. Protection with clause nohtmtu for one year for the prior of Neuton 
Westminster. Longevill. 

Nov. 18. Licence for the abbot and convent of Pershore to appropriate in mortmain 

Westminster, the church of St. Andrew, Pershore, in the diocese of Worcester, which is 

of their advowson. By fine of 100«. 

Nov. 14. Grant for seven years to the bailiffs and good men of Great Yarmouth of 
Westminster, murage. By p.s. 

Nov. 12. Gilbert, abbot of Citeaux, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating 

Westminster. Hugh de Sancto Lupo, his fellow monk, and John de Bekenesfeld his 

attorneys in England for three years. By fine of iOs, Lincoln. York. 

Nov. 16. Writ of aid for Res ap Griffith, king's yeoman, appointed to levy all the 

Westminster, forces, horse and foot, of West Wales and South Wales to suppress any 

insurrection in those parts. [Pari. Wriu.] By K. 

The like for Griffin ap Rees in North Wales. [ParL Writs.] 

Nov. 12. Pardon to Henry le White and Juliana his wife and Matilda, daughter of 

Westminster, the said Henry, for acquiring without licence for their lives a messuage, 

6 acres of land and pasture for 2 oxen, 4 cows, 4 bullocks, 1 beast for the 

plough, 1 foal and 60 sheep in Langeton from John le Waleys, held in 

chief. By fine of i mark. 

Nov. 20. Grant to John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, king's kinsman, of the 
Ongar. custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands late of John de 
Northwode, tenant in chief; with the marriage of the heir. By K. 

Mandate to Simon de Knottyngleye to deliver the said custody to him. 



86 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 



Nov. 20. 
Ongar. 



Nov. 16. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 26. 

Ilford. 



Nov. 26. 

nford. 



Nov. 30. 

Pom£ret-on- 

Thames. 

Nov. 18. 
Ongar. 



Membrane 9 — cont, 

Margery de Cannynges and Isabella de Langeford, nuns of Wilton, 
bringing news of the death of Emma, late abbess, have letters for the 
prioress and convent of licence to elect. By K. 

Mandate to Hamo de Chiggewell, mayor of the city of London, to punish 
by imprisonment or other penalty all persons disobeying him and other 
ministers of the king in matters touching the keeping of the city, and all 
suspected persons frequenting the city and occasionally going there; 
and he shall not be charged or disquieted for any punishments he inflicts 
except before the king or by the king's special mandate. By K. 

Grant for the repair of the chapel of the house of the Converts, London, 
and of the ornaments thereof and of the buildings and in aid of the 
maintenance of the converts, of the deodands of the last eyre at the Tower 
of London, to be disposed of by William de Ayremynne, king's clerk, keeper 
of that house. By K. 

This matter is notified to the sheriffs of London, as appears on the Close 
Roll under the same date. 

Pardon to Richard Councedieu of his outlawry for not appearing in the 
king's court before the justices to answer John de Ripariis of a trespass. 

ByK. 

Safe-conduct until Easter for Robert Roma3m and other servants, whom 
Mary, countess of Fiflfe, staying in Scotland, is sending to London to buy 
cloths, jewels and other things for her chamber, on condition that they 
take back to Scotland no war horses or armour. [Fcedera.] 

By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for the burgesses, mariners 
and commonalty of the town of La Pole, co. Dorset. 

By K. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Protection with clause tiolumus for one year for William Bathele, parson 
of the church of Bulewell. 



Nov. 14. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 13. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 10. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 12. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 8. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for Master Robert de Baldok, 
who holds of the king's collation the prebend of Aylesbury in the church of 
St. Mary, Lincoln. By K. 

Grant for life to John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, of the return of all 
writs and summonses in his town of Boston and in the sokes of that town, 
and in Gueyton and in all his lands in the county of Lincoln. By p.s. 

Licence, after inquisition ad qnnd damnum made by the sheriff of York, 
for William son of William to stop a highway leading through his park 
of Emmeley, on condition that he make another way of like length and 
breadth on the west side thereof ; as it appears that the old way was 400 
perches long by 40 feet broad, and the new way will be 880 perches long 
and 60 feet broad and will be more convenient for the country. By fineof 20j). 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Eynesham by John de Trillawe of a messuage, a toft, 2 acres 8 roods of 
land, and an acre of meadow in South Stoke (Stoke AhhatU) of their own fee, 
of the yearly value of 8j(. 4(/., as appears by inquisition made by Richard 
de Rodeneye, escheator on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of 20 marks 
yearly of land and rent which they have licence to acquire. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



87 



1321. 
Nov. 12. 

Westminster. 



Nov. 16. 
Westminster. 



Nov. 16. 

WeHtiuinster. 



Nov. 22. 
Ongar. 



[Nov.] 26. 

Ilford. 



Nov. 80. 

Pomfret- 

[on-Thames.] 



Nov. 80. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 



Membrane 8 — cont. 

Pardon to Arnald son of Robert de Mouuteny for the death of Richard 
de Parys, * chaloner/ and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s. 

Pardon, at the request of John de Brytania, earl of Richmond, to John 
Bisshop, Thomas Senclyn, William le Mouner, Robert Bisshop, John de 
Reyndene, William Broun, Roger Dykex, John Kyng, John Bokeler, John 
le Barber, Richard Longeman, Richard le Longe, John Lovekyn, Adam 
Lyztfot, Walter Breton, Roger Mellere, Margery Scot and John le Barber 
of their outlawry in the county of Hertford for not appearing before 
Robert de Maddyngle, John de Bousser and Geoffrey atte Lee, justices 
appointed to hear and detennine a trespass committed by them against 
Bartholomew de Badelesmere and Margaret his wife. By K. 

Power to J. bishop of Carlisle, the abbot of Holmcoltran, the prior of 
St. Mary*s, Carlisle, Andrew de Hartcla, John de Penreth, knights, and 
Masters Michael de Hartcla, Richard de Ihirton and Hugh de Burgh to 
treat of a final peace with Robert de Brus and his adherents. By K. 

The like to them or any four of them to extend the existing truce, which 
should expire at Christmas. By K. 

The like to the said Andrew or John to confinu by oath any extension of 
the truce made by the said bishop and others above-named. By K. 

The like to the said bishop and others to grant safe-conduct to persons of 
Scotland who shall come into the realm to treat of the said business. By K. 

The like to them of appointing keepers of such truce in Northumberland 
and the Marches and in Cumberland and the Marches. By K. 

Mandate to all castellans, constables, keepers of towns and other 
ministers to observe such truce when it is made. By K. 

Vacated because they were surrendered by the haml of H, de BuryOy aR 
nothing was done tJterein, 

Mandate to Robert de Umframvill, earl of Anegos, and John de Fenwyk, 
sherifif of Northumberland, to restore to Aymer de Valencia, earl of 
Pembroke, his castle of Mitford, lately captured from him by Walter de 
Seleby and his accomplices, and recaptured by the said earl of Anegos and 
the sheriff. By K. 

Writ of aid for Humphrey de Waleden appointed to survey the lands and 
tenements of Roger Damory, Bartholomew de Badelesmere and Hugh 
Daudele, the younger, in the counties of Essex, Hertford and Suffolk, and 
the com, stock and goods therein, which are in the king's hands and to 
dispose of and make bailiffs and reeves for the custody thereof as shall be 
most for the king's benefit. 

Henry, parson of the church of Wydehaye, going beyond the seas, has 
letters nominating Philip de Famham and Ralph de Burgo Sancti Petri 
his attorneys in England for one year. 

Mandate to W. archbishop of Canterbury and the other prelates of that 
province about to assemble at the provincial council at London, to abstain 
from enacting or ordaining any matter concerning the crown, and to give 
credence to John de Brytannia, earl of Richmond, Edmund earl of Arundel 
and Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, archdeacon of Middlesex, on the 
king's behalf. {FarL Writs, cf, also Fiedera,] By K. 

Grant to Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, of the prebend of 
Fljncton in the church of Lichfield, in the king's gift by reason of the 
voidance of the see of Coventry and Lichfield. 

By K. on the information of R. de Ayremynne. 

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter. 



38 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 

Nov. 28. 

Pomfrct-on- 

Thames. 

Nov. 26. 

Ilford. 



Sept. 17. 

Harwich. 

Nov. 80. 

Poinfrct-on- 

Thames. 



Membrane 8 — cotU. 

Presentation of William de Kyrkeby to the church of Worfeld, in the 
above-named diocese, in the king's gift for the same reason. By p.s. 

Bernard Chicat of Bordeaux, staying beyond the seas, has letters 
nominating Arnald Coguti of St. Emihon his attorney in England for two 
years. 

Pardon to John son and heir of John Filliol, tenant in chief, of the relief 
due for his inheritance on the death of his father. By p.s. 

Mandate to W. archbishop of Canterbury and the prelates about to 
assemble at London at the provincial council to make no ordinances to 
the prejudice of the crown or realm. By K. 

Letters of credence on this business are written to the said prelates as is 
contained in the Close Roll under the same date. [Pad. JVrits,] 



Nov. 80. 

Poiufret-on- 

Thames. 



Nov. 28. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 



Nov. 28. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 



Nov. 28. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 



Nov. 30. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 



MEMBRANE 7. 

Notification that the temporalities of the bishopric of Lincoln were in 
the king's hands from 12 January, 18 Edward II, the day of the 
death of J. the late bishop, until 5 August next following, on which 
day they were restored to H. the now bishop. 

Pardon to John le Taverner, burgess of Bristol, of his outlawry for not 
appearing before Henry Spygurnel and his fellows, lately appointed justices 
of oyer and terminer touching the death of Alexander de Villers, who was 
killed in the county of Gloucester, and of his abjuration of the realm for 
the same. Grant also to him of all his lands and tenements and goods 
which belong to the king as escheats by reason of the said outlawry 
and abjuration. By p.s. 

The like to Robert Martyn, burgess of Bristol. By K. 

Pardon to John le Taverner and Thomas his son, burgesses of Bristol, of 
all their contempts, trespasses and disobediences against the king and his 
ministers committed in the town of Bristol and the suburb thereof, from 
2 February, 6 Edward II, to 28 December 10 Edward II. By p.s. 

The like to Robert Martyn, burgess of Bristol. 

General pardon to the above John and Thomas his son. By p.s. 

The like to the above Robert Martyn. 

The like to the said John and Thomas of their outlawries in the county of 
Gloucester by reason of their not appearing before the above Henry 
Spygurnel and his fellows touching disobediences to the king and trespasses 
against Bartholomew de Badelesmere, William Randolf, John de London, 
John de Celario, Peter Fraunceys and John Snow. By p.s. 

Commission to Thomas de Sandwyco, John de Segrave, Daniel de 
Brouham and William de Orlaston to levy 600 armed foot in the county 
of Kent and to conduct them to the king at Cirencestre by 18 Dec. By K. 

The like to John Dabemoun, Peter son of Reginald and John do Boudon 
to levy 500 foot in the counties of Surrey and Sussex. 

The like to Thomas de Lovayn, Wilham de Marenny and Thomas de la 
Haye to levy 600 foot in the counties of Essex and Hertford. 

Aftei-wards on 17 December the said Thomas, William and Thomas were 
commanded to levy and bring the said forces to the king as soon as 
possible. [Pari, U ritif.] 



15 EDWARD II.— Pabt 1. 



89 



1321. 

Nov. 80. 

Porafret-on- 

Thames. 



Dec. 9. 

Isleworth. 



Dec. 26. 

Cirencester. 

Jan. 2. 
Worcester. 

Feb. 18. 
Oloacester. 

Nov. 80. 

Pomfret-on- 

Thames. 

Dec. 8. 
Isleworth. 



Dec. 2. 
Isleworth. 



Membrane 7 — cont. 

Writ of aid for John de Bello Campo of Somersete and John Meriet 

appointed to assemble, if necessary, all the horse and foot of Somerset and 

Dorset against the king's insurgents ; and the sheriff is commanded to be 

aiding. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

The like for the following counties : — 

William de Kyme and Peter le Bretun in the parts of Lindesey, 

CO. Lincoln. 
Andrew de Hartcla in Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmoreland. 
Simon Warde in York. 
Thomas Bardolf, John de Thorp and John Hauward in Norfolk and 

Suffolk. 
Hugh de Courtenay and William Martyn in Cornwall and Devon. 
John de Somery, John de Segrave, the elder, Ralph Basset and Peter 

de Monte Forti in Warwick, Leicester and Stafford. 
Oliver de Ingham and Robert Lewer in Wilts and Berks. [Pari, Writs,] 

The like for William Rydel, constable of Castle Barnard in the liberty and 

honor of the said castle in the bishopric of Durham, certain words excepted. 

[Pari. Writs,] By p.s. 

Writ of aid for the said commissioners directed to the sheriffs of the 
above counties. 

Letters on the same business are written to each of the above 
commissioners as is contained on the dorse of the close roll under the 
same date. 

The like for the following counties : — 

Thomas Bardolf, John de Thorp and John Haward in Norfolk. 
Edmund de Hemmegrave, Thomas de Orey and John Haward in 
Suffolk. 



William de Somervill in Gloucester and Worcester. 

Nicholas de Kingeston, John de Tychebum in Wilts. 

John de Scures in Southampton. 

Robert de Ardem, John de Brompton in Oxford and Berks. 



ByK. 

ByK. 
ByK. 
ByK., 



Walter Waldeshef in Derby. 



ByK. 

[Pari. Writs.] 



The prior of Lanthony by Gloucester, staying in England, has letters 
nominating Philip Bacun and Robert de Odynton his attorneys in Ireland 
for two years. 

John son of Roger le Plomer of Norhampton, staying in England, has 
letters nominating John de Castro Godrici his attorney in Lreland for the 
same time. 

Presentation of Richard de Wyrecestre to the church of Aston in Morthyng 
in the diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land 
and heir of William de Cantilupo, tenant in chief. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolnmns for one year for Robert de Marchumle, 
parson of the church of Great Billyng. 

Safe-conduct until Easter for the servants whom Master Walter de Istelep, 
late treasurer of Ireland, who has come to England to the king to render 
account for the time that he was treasurer, is sending to Ireland to purvey 
80 quarters of wheat and 80 quarters of oats for the maintenance of himself 
and his household. 



10 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1091 Membra ne 7 — cont. 

Dpc. 1. Power to John de Bennyngham, earl of Loueth, justiciary of Ireland, to 

Isleworih. remove such justices and other ministers of places put there by Roger de 

Mortuo Mari, when he was justiciary, as he shall find inelFicient and to 

appoint others in their places. [FanleraJ] By p.s. 

Nov. 15. Licence for Robert de Holand and Matilda his wife to assign the manors 

Westminster, of Brackele and liaise, co. Northampton, and a third part of the manor of 
Shei)eshed, co. Leicester, held in chief, to Adam de Preston and William de 
Wirkesworth and for them to regrant the same to the said Robert* and 
Matilda for their lives, with successive remainders to Robert son of the said 
Robert de Iloland and the heirs of his body, Thomas his brother, Alan 
brother of Thomas, the heirs male of Robert and Matilda, and to the right 
heirs of Matilda. By tine of 20 marks. 

Dec. G. Writ of aid for Oliver de Ingham and Robert Lewer appointed to seize 

Wrpt minster, into the king's hands all the lands and goods of Roger Dammory, Hugh 
Daudele, the younger, Philip de la Beche, Henry lo Tyes, John de la Beche, 
Philip, Robert and Edmund brothers of the said John, John Giffard of 
Bryumiesfeld, John Mautravers, the younger, William de Whitefeld, 
Nicholas de Percy, and Bartholomew do Badelesmere in the counties of 
Oxford, Ikrks, Wilts and Gloucester. By K. 

Doc. 7. Commission to Oliver de Ingham and liobert Lewer to arrest Roger 

Westminster. Dammory, Hugh Daudele *le iitz,' Bartholomew de Badelesmere, Philip de 
la Beche, Henry de Tyeys, John de la Beche, Philip, Robert and Edmund 
his brothers, John (iiflfard of Brymmesf eld, John Mautravers ' le fitz,' William 
de Whitefeld and Nicholas de Percy ; the sheriffs, in whose bailiwicks the 
said Roger and others may be found, are to commit them to prison. 

[Pari Writs,] 13y K. 



MKMBRASE iS. 

Dec. 5. Apjwintment during pleasure, with the assent of queen Isabella, of Oliver 

Wtstminstt^r. de Ingham to the custody of the corpus only of the castle of Marlebergh, 

which she holds for life of the king's grant, saving to her all the issues and 

profits of the said castle. By K. 

Mandate to the queen to deliver the corpus of the castle to him by 

indenture. 

The like appointment of Robert Lower to the custody of the corpus of the 
castle of Devises, which the queen also holds. By K. 

Like mandate to the queen. 

Doc. 5. Pardon to Thomas Herewold of London, * spycer,* of his outlawry in the 

Westmin^-tcr. county of Norfolk for not appearing before the king to answer James de 
Sutton of Boston on a plea of trespass. 

By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

Dec. 6. Protection with clause nolu}nuH for one year for the abbot of Donekeswclle. 

Westminster. 

The like for the following : — 
Hugh de Courteneye. 
Eleanor de Courteneye. 
Margaret de Moles. 

Dec. 8. Simple protection without clause for one year for Joan late the wife of 

WoFtminst^'r. Jauics dc Bohoim. 



15 EDWARD II.— Pakt 1. 



41 



1321. 
Dec. 6. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 8. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 7. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 6. 

Westminster. 

Dec. 8. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 8. 
Westminster. 



Dec. 12. 
Beading. 

Dec. 18. 

Newbury. 



Dec. 20. 

Cirencester. 



Dec. 28. 

Cirencester. 



Dec. 26. 

Cirencester. 



Membrane 6 — canU 

John de Hothum, bishop of Ely, staying in England, has letters 
nominating Elias de Asshebum and Alexander Aptot his attorneys in 
Ireland for two years. 

Grant to Master Robert de Patrika, king's clerk, of the archdeaconry of 
Stafford in the church of St. Chad, Lichefeld, in the king's gift by reason 
of the voidance of the see of Coventry and Lichfield. 

By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

Vacatetl because (pthenrise below. 

Presentation of John de Donestaple to the church of Alresford, in the 
diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of 
the see. By p.s. 

Protection with clause Jiolumns for one year for Robert de Chissebeche. 

Protection with clause vohiwun for one year for Master John de Stretford, 
archdeacon of Lincoln, going beyond the seas on the king's service. 

ByK. 

He also has letters nominating Master Robert de Stretford and Master 
Thomas de Langetoft his attorneys for one year. By K. 

He has, as executor of J. late bishop of Lincoln, like letters nominating 
the said Master Thomas de Langetoft and Nicholas de Wei ton. 

Safe conduct for the said archdeacon. 

Safe conduct until Easter for the servants, whom Elias de Assheburn, 
king's yeoman, is sending to Ireland to purvey and bring to him 100 
quarters of wheat for his maintenance. 

Grant for five years to the mayor, bailififs and good men of the town 
of Oxford of murage. 

By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

Prohibition directed to all ecclesiastical persons against molesting 
Thomas de Staunton, king's clerk, in his possession of the church of 
Crundal, to which the king lately presented him; the king having recovered 
by judgment of the court before the king the presentation thereto 
belonging to him by reason ot the late voidance of the bishopric of 
Winchester. [Fcedera,] By K. 

Appointment during pleasure of Gilbert de Wygeton as clerk of the Great 
Wardrobe. By p.s. 

Mandate to William de Cusance to deliver to him by indenture all things 
belonging to that office that are in his custody. By p.s. 

Mandate to the keeper of the office of the treasurership and the 
chamberlains of the Exchequer to deliver to him money as he requires it 
for pun^eyances of those things that pertain to that office, charging the 
keeper of the said Wardrobe therewith. By p.s. 

Simple protection without clause for two years for William de Irby, prior 
of Hereford. By K. 

Writ fic intendendo directed to the barons of the port of Dover for Simon 
Gyles, whom Edmund de Wodestok, earl of Kent, the king's brother, to 
whom the king has granted the wardenship of the said port, has appointed 
during his pleasure to be his deputy there. 

Protection with clause voliimm for one year for William de Deen going 
beyond the seas on the king's service. By K. 



42 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 
Dec. 25. 

Cirencester. 

1322. 

Jan. 20. 
Shrewsbury. 

1321. 

Dec. 26. 

Cirencester. 



Dec. 27. 

Cirencester. 

Dec. 27. 
Cirencester. 

1322. 

Jan. 18. 

Shrewsbury. 

Feb. 18. 

Gloucester. 

Jan. 8. 

Worcester. 

1321. 

Dec. 26. 

Girenoester. 

1322. 

Jan. 8. 
Worcester. 

Jan. 5. 
Worcester. 



Membrane 6 — cent. 

Writ fh intendendo for James Beauflour, whom Stephen de Abyndon, 
king's Serjeant and butler, has appointed during his pleasure to be his 
deputy in the port of London. 

The like for James de Sutton, appointed in like manner to the said office 
in the town of Boston. 

Writ of aid directed to the knights and others of the county of Gloucester 
for John de Hampton, sheriff of the county, and Robert de Aston, bailiff of 
the liberty of the abbot of Cyrencestre, whom the king has appointed to 
level the castle of Brymmesfeld. By E. 

Protection for one year for the men and commonalty of the town of 
Cirencestre, their servants and goods. By K. 

Grant for three years to the bailiffs and good men of the said town 
of Cirencestre of pavage. By K. 

Grant for three years to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Wodestok 
of murage. By E. 



The like for one year to those of the city of Hereford. 



ByE. 



Henry de Belton and Bichard de Athelingflet, monks of the house of 
Seleby, bringing news of the death of Simon their abbot, have letters for 
the prior and convent of licence to elect. By E. 

Protection with clause )wliunus for one year for Martin de Fisshacre. 

The like for Margaret de Dynham. 

The like for the abbot of Pershore. By E. 

Simple protection without clause until Michaelmas for John de Peyto, 
William de Bycheford, William de Brunman, John de Glyve, Robert del 
Hawe, John de la Chaumbre and William le Messager. By E. 



1321. 

Dec. 10. 

Heading. 



Dec. 12. 
Reading. 



MEMBRANE 6. 

Commission to John Mortein, Ralph son of Richard and Roger de Bello 
Campo, keepers of the peace in the county of Bedford, to select sixteen 
armed horsemen in that county to be with the king wherever he may be on 
Friday after St. Lucy the Virgin. [Pari. Merits,] By E. 

The like to Ralph de Wedon, John de la Penne and Philip de Hardeshull, 
keepers of the peace in the county of Buckingham, to select fourteen armed 
horsemen in that county. [Pari, Writs.] By E. 

Commission to John de Mortein, Ralph son of Richard, and Roger de 
Bello Campo to preserve the peace and to see that the assize of arms is 
observed in the county of Bedford in pursuance of the statute of 
Winchester. [Ftedna: Pari. Writtt,] By E. 

The like in the under-mentioned counties, viz : — 

Ralph de Wedon, John de la Penne and Philip de Hardeshull in 

Buckingham. 
Henry Huse, John de Ifeld, Robert de Estden and John FiUiol in 

Sussex. 
William le Botiller of Wemme, Robert de Grendon, Roger Corbet of 

Haddele, and John de Felton in Salop. [Fadera : Pari. Writs.] 



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48 



1322. 

Jan. 17. 
Shrewsbory. 

1321. 

Dec. 6. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 8. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 12, 

Beading. 



Dec. 18. 

Beading. 



Dec. 15. 
Chilton. 

Dec. 17. 
Ogboame. 

Dec. 18. 
Cricklade. 

Dec. 22. 
Cirencester. 



Membrane 5 — cont, 

John de Boos, Alan de Multon, and John de Kirketon in the parts of 
Holand, co. Lincoln. [Fcedera : Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Licence for Bichard Sifrewas, the elder, to enfeoft Bichard Sifrewas, the 
younger, of the manor of Cleware, co. Berks, held in chief. 

By fine of 5 marks. 

Commission to John de Bermyngham, earl of Loueth, justiciary of 
Ireland, to cause to come before him the records and processes of all 
assizes and pleas held before Boger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemor, while 
he was the king's lieutenant in Ireland, and to correct the errors therein 
according to law and the customs of those parts, with mandate to the 
chancellor and other ministers of the king to obey him therein, many 
persons having made complaint that they are unable as well on account of 
the distance and many dangers as of their impotency and poverty to sue 
them before the king within the realm, as it has hitherto been usual to do 
in the case of errors made before the justiciary of Ireland. By E. 

Signification to B. bishop of Salisbury of the royal assent to the election 
of Constance de Percy, a nun of the house of Wylton, to be abbess. By K. 

Signification to B. bishop of Bath and Wells, of the revocation of 
the presentation of William de Eyrkeby to the church of Cheddeseye 
in the diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king*s gift by reason of his 
custody of the land and heir of William de Monte Acuto, tenant in 
chief ; as it appears that Walkelin de Esshemerbrok, king's clerk, the rector 
thereof, is still living. By E. 

Grant to the said Walkelin that he be not molested therein by reason of 
any right the king may have because of his custody of the said land and 
heir. By E. 

Protection for Master Gilbert de Middelton, king's clerk, archdeacon of 
Northampton, and all his benefices ; he is not to be molested in the 
possession of that archdeaconry in the church of Lincoln, or of 
the following prebends by reason of any right the king may have because 
of past voidances of the sees wherein they are, viz. the prebend of 
Thame in the church of Lincoln, the prebend of Wallokebum in the 
church of St. Paul, London, the prebend of Netherhavene in the church of 
St. Mary, Salisbury, the prebend of Sutton in the church of Chichester, 
the prebend of Henxstrigge in the church of Wells, the prebend of Henyton 
in the church of Hereford, a prebendal portion in the church of Ledebury 
in the diocese of Hereford, and the prebendal church of Edyndon in the 
conventual church of Bomeseye. By E. 



Pardon to William Daudri for the death of Peter Breton. 



ByE. 



Protection with clause volumus until Easter for John de Haudlo going 
beyond the seas on the king's service. By E. 

Protection with clause nolumm for one year for John Inge. 

Writ of aid, until the Purification, directed to the sheriffs of the counties 
of Gloucester, Worcester and Wilts, for John de Hampton and Bobert de 
Aston, whom the king, who is with the magnates of the realm and others 
in the parts of Cirencestre, in consequence of the people of those 
counties withholding wheat and corn, or selling only at excessive prices, 
has appointed to view the corn in the said counties and to buy in places 



44 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. 



Dec. 25. 

Cirencester. 

Dec. 26. 
Cirencester. 



Dec. 27. 

Cirencester. 

Dec. 27. 

Winchcoinbe. 

1322. 

Jan. 2. 
Worcester. 

Jan. 2. 
Worcester. 



Membrane 6 — conU 

where corn is found, a part thereof at a reasonable price, for which 
they or either of them shall answer to the seller ; such corn is at their 
discretion to be delivered to bakers and brewers for baking, brewing and 
sale to the magnates and others, and the said bakers and brewers shall 
answer to the said John and Robert, who will satisfy the persons from 
whom the corn shall have been bought. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbot and convent of 
Malmesbury. By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

Appointment during pleasure of Roger Corbet to the custody of the town 
of Brugenorth. By K. 

Writ of aid to the bailififs and good men of the said town. 

Safe conduct for one year for Francis Balduch' of Florence, going beyond 
the seas. By E. 

Protection for one year for Gerardinus Janne, Bonus Philippi, Dinus 
Forcetti, Francis Grandonis, Peter Reyneri, John Francisci and their 
fellows, merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, their servants 
and goods. By K. 

Safe conduct for one year for the servants whom the said merchants are 
sending to divers parts of the realm on their affairs. By E. 

Protection with clause nolumm for one year for Master Robert de Patrica. 

ByE. 



The like for two years for the abbot of Evesham; 



ByE. 



1321. 
Dec. 6. 

VVeatminster. 



Dec. 8. 

Westmiiijster. 

Dec. 6. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 8. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 12. 

Windsor. 

Dec. 6. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 4. 

Mandate to the constable of the castle of Marlebergh or his lieutenant to 
permit Oliver de Dynham and Robert Lewer to enter that castle, as the 
king has appointed them to assemble all the horse and foot of the counties 
of Wilts and Berks against the king's rebels. 

The like to the constable of the castle of Devises for the said Oliver and 
Robert. 

Pardon to Thomas Galienne for the death of John de Hummet in the 
Island of Gemereye, and of his abjuration of the islands therefor. By E. 

Grant for seven years, at the request of John de Britannia, earl of 
Richmond, to the bailiffs and good men of Little Yarmouth and Gorleston 
of pavage. By E. 

Protection with clause volnmm for one year for John Vanne, chaplain, 
going beyond the seas on the king's service with Master John de Stratford, 
archdeacon of Lincoln. By testimony of the said John. 

The said John Vanne has letters nominating Peter Galeys and Thomas 
Bonrouncyn his attorneys for the same time. 

Protection with clause rudumus for one year for the prior of Wolricheston. 

Power to J. bishop of Ely to retain as many men at arms, horse or foot, 
as he pleases, for the custody of the isle of Ely, so that no suspected 
persons may enter and so danger arise. By E. 



16 EDWABD n.— Part 1. 



45 



1321. 
Dec. 7. 

Westminster. 



Dec. 15. 

Chilton. 



Dec. 12. 

Aldermaston. 



Dec. 12. 

Aldermaston. 



Deo. 17. 

Ogboome. 

Dec. 27. 

Cirencester. 



Dec. 8. 
Westminster. 



Dec. 25. 

Cirencester. 

1322. 

Jan. 2. 
Worcester. 



Membrane 4 — cant. 

Protection with clause vulumm for one year for Master John de Stratford, 
prebendary of the prebends of Castre in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, 
and of Tachebrok in the church of St. Chad, Lichefeld, going beyond the 
seas in the king's ser\ice. By K. 

The like for the following going with the said Master John : — 

William de Mees, parson of the church of St. Mary, Northberkhamstede. 

Bichard de RagenhuUe, parson of the church of Bemolby. 

John de Byteme. 

Nicholas de Stretford. 

Peter de Eston. 

John de Maddeleye. 

The like for Master William de Weston, parson of the church of Abber- 
^^ury* going beyond the seas on the king's service. 

Safe conduct for one year for Masters John de Stratford, archdeacon of 
Lincoln, and William de Weston, professors of civil law, and W^illiam de 
Deen, knight, going beyond the seas on the king's affairs. By K. 

Pardon to Henry de la Porte of Northampton, for breaking and escaping 
from the prison of the king's Marshalsea, where he was detained for a trespass 
against John de Cherleton, merchant, whereof he was convicted by an 
inquisition wherein he put himself before the king. By K. 

Restitution in pursuance of the above recited pardon to Thomas Galyen 
of his lands and goods, which were taken into the king's hands by reason 
of the death of John Hummet, killed in the island of Gemereye, whereof 
the said Thomas was charged. By p.s. 

Grant to the mayor and good men of the city of London that the aid 
which they made lately of armed foot at the castle of Ledes, co. Kent, and 
of armed men now going to divers parts of the realm, shall not be to their 
prejudice or drawn into a precedent. By p.s. 

Protection for one year for the burgesses and commonalty of the town of 
Melecombe, their goods, servants and ships. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Malmesbury of the following lands there, to wit, by John le Redesmyth of 
Malmesbury of 2 messuages and 2 acres of land ; by Richard Buffard of 
Malmesbury of 1 messuage ; by William Pavy of ^lalmesbury of a toft ; by 
Richard Handsex of a messuage and a toft ; by Robert le Fourbour of 
Malmesbury of a messuage ; by William Bouk of Malmesbury of a toft ; by 
John de Lusteleye of Malmesbury of a messuage. By K. 

Safe conduct for one year for Hugh le Despenser, the younger, in 
pursuance of his petition that the judgement of exile and disherison lately 
passed upon him by certain magnates contains errors and should be annulled, 
and that the king should do him justice as he is bound by his coronation 
oath and the tenor of Magna Carta. [Fudvra,] By K. 

The like for Hugh le Despenser, the elder. By K. 

Mandate to sheriffs and others to cause the above to be published and to 

see that it is observed. [FoBdem.] By K. 

Commission to John de Swynnerton, Roger Corbet and William de Saun- 
ford to array 8,000 footmen in the county of Salop. By K. 

The like to John de Swynnerton and John Giffard of Chylyngton for 
2,000 footmen in the county of Stafford. 

The like to Ralph de Grendon and Thomas le Rous for 1,000 footmen in 
the county of Warwick. [Pari. Wriu.] 



46 



CALENDAB OP PATENT BOLLS. 



1322, 

Jan. 20. 

Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 8. 
Worcester. 



Jan. 8. 
Worcester. 

Jan. 5. 
Worcester. 



Jan. 10. 
Droitwich. 



Jan. 8. 
Worcester. 



Jan. 4. 

Winchester. 

[Sic.) 

Jan. 8. 
Worcester, 



Jan. 4. 
Worcester. 



Membrane 4 — cont. 

The like to William Gentil and Edmund de Neville for 200 foot in the 
county of Lancaster. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

Mandate to the sheriff of Oxford to seize the corpas of the bishop of 
Lincoln's castle of Bannebury, and to deliver it to Bobert de Ardem, who 
is to have the custody thereof according to the king's commission. By K. 

Appointment of the said Bobert to the custody tliereof. By K. 

Writ of aid for him directed to the knights and others of the parts of 
Bannebury. By K. 

Commission to Nicholas de la Beche to attach and arrest certain of the 
king's contrariants. [Pari, Writs.] By K. 

The like to William de Engelby to arrest John Mautravers le fitz, John 
de Brokishale, John de Pederton, Edward Stradlige, John de Balee, and 
Edward Mautravers. [Pari. Writi,] By K. 

The like to Edmund de Saintmor to arrest and attach Peter de 
Denardeston, knight, Robert de Peyton and Robert de Gedeworth. [Pari, 
Writs.] By K. 

Pardon to the mayor and commonalty of the town of Newcastle on 
Tyne of 50/. of the farai of their town, beyond those pardons already made 
to them, in aid of their expenses in the munition of the said town. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Mandate in pursuance to the keeper of the office of the treasurership and 
the barons of the Exchequer to allow the same. 

Protection with clause iwlnmus for Henry de Edenestowe, parson of the 
church of Flyntham, constantly attending on the king's service. 

Protection with clause volamus until Holy Trinity for R. bishop of 
Winchester, going beyond the seas on the king's service. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Appointment during pleasure of Roger Utlagh, prior of the Hospital of 
St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland, to the office of the chancellorship of 
Lreland. By K. on the like information. 

Mandate to W. archbishop of Cashel to deliver to him the seal which is 
used in Ireland and all other things in his custody pertaining to the said 
office. 

Mandate to John de Bermyngeham, earl of Loueth, justiciary of Ireland, 
to cause him to have the said seal, and all things pertaining to the said 
office. 

Writ of aid directed to the knights and others of the hundred of Chirbury 
for the constable of the castle of Montgomery and others being therein on 
the king's behalf. By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 



Jan. 4. 
Worcester. 

Jan. 4. 
Worcester. 



MEMBRANE 3. 

Protection with clause nolumm for one year for Richard Knyght, 
* spygumel,* constantly attending on the king's service. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Peter de Eyvill of a messuage, 
2 bovates of land, and lis. 8d. of rent in Houeden, Birland, Portyngton 
and Estryngton to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church 
of Estrington for the souls of the said Peter, Emma his wife. Master 
Thomas de Birland, the ancestors and successors of the said Peter and 
Emma and all the f^thful departed. By fine of 2 marks. 



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47 



1322. 

Jan. 7. 
Worcester. 



Jan. 9. 
DodderhUL 



Jan. 7. 
Worcester. 



Jan. 8. 

Worcester. 



Jan. 11. 
Worcester. 

Jan. 12. 
Pershore. 



Jan. 10. 
Kingswinford. 



Jan. 10. 
Kingswinford. 



Jan. 12. 
Newport. 

Jan. 18. 
Newport. 



Membrane 8 — cont. 

Grant to Nicholas de Lychefeld, king's clerk, of the prebend of Buben- 
hull in the church of Lychefeld, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance 
of the see of Coventry and Lichfield. By p.s. 

Mandate to the guardian of the spirituality of the bishopric to admit 
him. . 

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter. 

Protection and safe conduct, directed to all constables and keepers of 
castles, fortalices and other places, and mayors, bailiffs and commonalties of 
cities, boroughs, towns and other places, for Hugh le Despenser, the 
younger. [Fcedera.] By K. 

Safe conduct for one year for Master Robert de Baldok, the younger, clerk 
of the king's Household, going beyond the seas on the king's affairs. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de Crosseby, 
parson of the church of ToUesbury. 

Revocation of the collation of Bertrand de Asserio to the prebend of 
Bedewynde in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, as in contempt of the 
king's collation he now attempts to obtain that prebend of the collation of 
another. By p.s. 

Ratification, in consideration of his services to Edward I, of the posses- 
sion which Master Nicholas de Tyngewyk, king's clerk, has in the said 
prebend of Bedewynde by collation of S. late bishop of Salisbury, although 
that prebend belongs to the king's gift as void by reason of the late voidance 
of the bishopric of Salisbury ; grant to him that henceforth he may hold 
the said prebend of the king's right and authority. 

[imerUul subsequentlj/,] [Grant in pursuance] to the said Master Nicholas. 

Protection with clause iwlumus for one year for Master Thomas de 
Besford, parson of the church of ChekunhuU. 

Grant, for two years, at the instance of Thomas de Evesham, king's clerk, 
to the good men of the town of Persshore of pontage to be collected 
by the hands of Henry de Evesham and Thomas le Deyare of Persshore. 

ByK. 

Appointment of William de Anne, king's yeoman, to arrest all disturbers 
of the peace who prevent merchants and others with victuals and goods 
from passing by the Trent to the town of Notingham ; to arrest all persons 
passing from the North to the South with horses and arms to aid the 
contrariants at the castle of Tykehull ; and if John de Moubray, lord of the 
isle of Haxiholm, who is reported to have made ready to aid the contrariants, 
has gone to their assistance, to seize into the king's hands his lands and 
goods in the said Island and to hold the same, answering to the king in his 
chamber for the issues thereof. By K. 

General pardon to Walter de la PuUe, Geoffrey deSaresfeld, knights, John 
le Waleys, John de Saresfeld, W^illiam be Saresfeld, Adam de Saresfeld, 
Robert Tuyt, Laurence Telyng, Hugh Telyng, Peter Conestable, Geoffrey 
Wollebeter, Richard WoUebeter, John Stratton, the younger, and Andrew le 
Clerk for all offences committed by them in Ireland. By p.s. 

Protection with clause iwlumus for one year for the abbot of Redyng. 

ByK. 

Safe conduct until Sunday at Vespers and the night following at the 
request of Thomas, the earl Mareschal, Edmund, earl of Kent, the king's 



48 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Jan. 14. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 8. 
Worcester, 



Jan. 17. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 17. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 12. 
Newport. 

Jan. 15. 

Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 17. 

Shrewsbury. 

(Salohirit.) 

Jan. IG. 

Shrewsbury 

Jan. 15. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 18. 
Shrewsbury. 



Membrane 8 — cont, 

brothers, John de Britaigne, earl of Richmond, Aymer de Valence, earl of 
Pembrok, Edmund, earl of Arundel, John, earl of Garenne, for Roger de 
Mortimer of Wigemor and others of his company to the number of twenty, 
Bartholomew de Badelesmere excepted, coming to Betton Lcstraunge, to 
treat with the said earls of Richmond,, Pembroke, Arundel and Garrenne. 
Freru'h, [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Writ of aid, directed to sheriffs and others, for Peter de Monte Forti, 
William de Bello Campo, and Roger de Aylesbury, appointed during pleasure 
to the custody of the city of Worcester. By K. 

The like, directed to the citizens and others of the said city. By K. 

Writ of aid until Easter for the servants, whom the said Peter de Monte 
Forti is sending to buy victuals in the county of W^orcester and neighbouring 
parts for the maintenance of himself and his household. By K. 

Protection with clause voliimuH until Holy Trinity for Master James 
Sinobaldi of Florence, archdeacon of W^inchester, going beyond the seas with 
R. bishop of Winchester on the king's service. 

The like for the following persons : — 
Bertrand de Asserio, parson of the church of Freshwatere in the Isle 

of Weight. 
Master John de Malmesbury. 

Thomas de London, pai*son of the church of Muchelmersh. 
Thomas de Bisshopeston. 

Protection with clause nolumuH for one year for the abbot of Shrewsbury. 

The like for the abbot of Battle. 

Pardon to John son of Thomas le Wodeward of Cheswardyn for the 
death of Geoffrey de Lyndeseye, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s. 

Grant to Master Robert Patrika, king's clerk, of the archdeaconry of 
Stafford, in the church of St. Chad, Lichefeld, in the king's gift by reason 
of the voidance of the see of Coventry and Lichfield. 

By K. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Safe conduct until Wednesday at Vespers and the night following for 
Roger de Mortimer of W^ygemor, and forty of his company ; to the same 
effect as above. French. [FnJcra: Pari. ]Vrits,] 

Protection with clause nolinnns for one year for the abbot of Ystrad 
Marchell {fie Strata Mareelle). 

Appointment during pleasure of Nicholas Lescot, the mayor, and Richard 
de Emeldon, a burgess of Newcastle on Tyne, to the custody of that town. 

ByK. 

W^rit of aid for Robert de Sapy, Griflin ap Rees and Thomas de Wynnes- 
bury appointed to receive in the king's name at the king's w^ill John de 
Cherleton, and all who are at present in the castle of la Pole against the 
king, and to bring the said John to the king. By K. 



MEMB}iA^E 2. 

Jan. 10. Signification to H. bishop of Lincoln of the revocation of the presentation 

Kinswinsford. of Robert de Risshton, king's clerk, to the church of Geytyngton in the 



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49 



1322. 



Jan. 7. 

Worcester. 



Jan. 7. 
Worcester. 

Feb. 8. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 10. 
Gloucester. 

Jan. 15. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 15. 
Shrewsbury 



Metnbrane 2 — co7it. 

diocese of Lincoln, whom the king believing that the church was void 
through death had presented thereto, as it appears that Geoffrey de 
Gropes, the rector, is still living. 

By K. on the information of Master Eobert de Baldok. 

The like of the presentation to the same church of Bobert de Clyf'. 

Appointment of Adam de Halnake and Richard Moniword of Hereford 
to the custody, during pleasure, of the priory of Hereford, which is annexed 
to the abbey of Gloucester, and which priory the king had commanded the 
sheriff of Hereford to take into his hands on account of its impoverishment 
by reason of the contention between William de Irby, the prior, who 
acknowledges that the priory is of the sole foundation of the king's 
ancestors and that he holds it of the king's advowson, a\^d Thomas de 
Burghull, who has intruded therein and claims that the priory is of the 
advowson and foundation of another than of the king's progenitors. By K. 

Mandate to the sheriff to deliver the priory with all its possessions to 
them by indenture. By K. 

Protection and safe conduct, during pleasure, for the said William de 
Irby going through the kingdom and prosecuting his suit. ' By K. 

Mandate to Edmund Gacelyn to deliver to Amicia Bluet, the castle, town 
and lands of Stradewy, which belong to her inheritance, and which the king 
in the belief that it was in the hands of contrariants had lately caused to 
be seized into his hands and to be delivered to the said Edmund, as he 
understands the said Amicia has acted faithfully towards him. By K. 

The like to the said Edmund to deliver to Sibyl Pauncefote the castle, 
town and lands of Kirkehowell. By K. 

Appointment during pleasure of Nicholas Lescot, the mayor, and Bichard 
de Emeldon, a burgess of Newcastle on Tyne, to the custody of that town. 

ByK. 
Writ of aid for them, directed to the burgesses of the said town. 

Protection with clause nolmnus for one year for the abbot of Hauman. 

ByK. 



Jan. 16. Mandate to all persons in the castle of la Pole to deliver the custody of 

Shrewsbury, the castle to Griffin ap Res, Res ap Griffith, Bertrand de la More, and 

Nicholas le Lumbard, appointed by the king to receive it. By K. 

The like to all in the castle of Chirk to deliver it to the same persons. 

ByK. 

The like to all in the castle of Knokyn to deliver it to Peter Giffard and 
Morgan Thloyt. By K. 

Jan. 16. Exemption for life to John Dabernon, the elder, from being made sheriff, 

Shrewsbury, coroner or other bailiff or minister of the king ; and from being put upon 

juries, assizes or recognitions, except upon juries to convict fcJse jurors of 

inquisitions, juries and assizes, and upon inquisitions against conspirators 

and confederacies. By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 



Jan. 12. 
Newport. 



Grant for three years to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of the town of 
Nottingham of murage ; during that time, the customs granted to Alice la 
Palmere in aid of the construction of certain bridges by the said town shall 
cease, owing to the pressing necessity of enclosing the town. By p.s. 



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CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

Feb. 18. 
Gloucester. 

Jan. 18. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 20. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 19. 

Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 18. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 22. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 24. 
Shrewsbury. 

Feb. 7. 

Gloucester. 



Feb. 7. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 8. 
Gloucester. 

Jan. 8. 
Worcester. 



Memhrane 2 — vont. 

The like to the mayor, bailiflfs and good men of the city of Lincoln. 

ByK. 

Confirmation to the Friars Minors Commorant at Worcester of their 
dwelling place there and of the areas for the enlargement of the same 
granted to them by the king's progenitors or others. By K. 

Protection with clause mdumus for one year for Fulk Lestraunge in his 
manors of Whitchurch {de Alho Mtmaateno), Wrocwardyn, Sutton, Bocton, 
Chesewardyn, Morton Teret, Baleslegh, Bragyton, Longenholre, Corfham, 
Cardeston, Watlesburgh and le Hey. By K. 

Appointment during pleasure, of Richard de Leghton as superior keeper 
in the castle of Knokyn. By K. 

Writ of aid for him directed to Isolda de Knokyn, lady of that castle. 

Signification to W. archbishop of York of the royal assent to the election 
of John de Wystowe, a monk of St. German's, Seleby, to be abbot of 
that house. By K. 

Grant for life to Richard Blundel of a messuage and 52 acres of land in 
Weston and 6 acres of land in Wedon Pynkenye, held in chief, late of 
William de Suthwyk, which as an escheat came into the king's hands 
as the said William was hanged for felony ; also of the reversion of the 
following lands in Weston held for life by the under-mentioned tenants 
and which should revert after their deaths to the king by reason of 
the same forfeiture, viz. a messuage and 8 acres held by Robert 
Russel of Weston, 6 acres by Robert le Warenner and Joan his wife, \ acre 
by Agnes late the wife of Hugh le Shephurd, and 1} acres by Henry le 
Wrighte of Weston and Alice his wife. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Peter Corbet of Cauz. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

The like for the following for one year unless otherwise specified, viz. — 
Hugh de Colnham of Shrewsbury. By K. 



The prior of Wenlok for two years. 

The bishop of Winchester. 
Robert Levere. 

John de Bray, parson of the church of All Saints, Walyngford. 



ByK. 

ByK. 
ByK. 



ByK. 



The abbot of Dore. 
John de Staunton. 
Margaret la Mortimer. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 
Thomas de Tochewyk, clerk. 

William le Ohaundeler of Mateston, constantly attendant upon the 
service of queen Isabella. 

John le Botiller, king's sergeant, captured on the king's service in 
Wales and detained a long time, for two years. 

A. bishop of Hereford. 

Master John Beraud, parson of the church of Overbury and of the 
chapel of Berga. 



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Membrane 2 — co7it 

The abbess of Elnestowe. 

The rector of the church of Northflet. 

John de Staunton, parson of the church of Boklond, and prebendary in 

the church of Pencrich, in the manors of Thormerton, Markeden, 

Hunchewich and Shesnecote. 



Jan. 20. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 20. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 21. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 18. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 20. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 21. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 28. 

Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 22. 

Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 22. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 22. 
Shrewsbury. 



MEMBRANE 1. 

Commission to William le Botiller of Wemme, as keeper of the peace in 
the county of Salop. [Pari, Writs,] By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Thomas de Hastang to the custody of 
the castle called * Bisshopcastel,* which is in the king's hands. By K. 

William de Braunstori, canon of Osolveston, bringing news of the cession 
of Robert de Staunford, late abbot of that place, has letters for the prior 
and convent of licence to elect. By K. 

Pardon to Jordan Dorree of that which pertains to the king for being 
participant and consenting to the murder {multro) by Emma, his sister, of 
Matilda du Val and a boy whom the said Matilda brought forth abortively, 
as he confessed in the church of St. Peter Port, in the isle of Gemereye, 
to which for the sake of sanctuary he had fled, and of his abjuration of 
Gemereye and Jerseye and the adjacent islands ; with restitution to him of all 
his lands, tenements and goods which by forfeiture are in the king's hands. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Safe conduct, until Thursday, from morning until vespers and the night 
following for Roger de Mortimer of Wygemor, and all those he brings with 
him or who will come to the king's will, Bartholomew de Badelesmere 
excepted ; granted at the request of Thomas earl mareschal, Edmund, earl 
of Kent, the king's brothers, John de Bretaigne, earl of Richmond, Aymer 
de Valence, earl of Pembroke, Edmund, earl of Arundel, and John, earl of 
Garenne. French, [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

Extension of the same until Friday and the following night. French. 
[Pari. Wnts.] By K. 

The like until Friday for Humphrey de Bohoun, earl of Hereford and 
Essex, and those whom he brings. French. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

Extension of the same until the following Thursday. French. [Pari. 
Wnts.] By K. 

Mandate to Ralph de Grendon and Thomas le Rous, lately appointed to 
select 1,000 foot in the county of Warwick, and to bring them to the king 
wherever he might be, to allow the said men to stay in those parts provided 
they continue ready to arrest any disturbers of the peace. [Pari. Writs.] 

ByK. 

Writ of aid for one year for Henry de Wellyngbiry, whom the king is 
sending to purvey wick {limionem] and other necessaries for the office of 
the chaundlery of the Household. By K. 

Power, during pleasure, to Philip de Middelton, constable of the castle of 
Montgomery, to receive to the king's will all those of the lands of Kaeryn 
and Kedewynk, who are willing to come in. By K. 

The like to William la Zouche of Assheby to receive all those of the 
lands of Huntyndon, la Haye and Breghenogh. By K. 



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CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 
Jan. 28. 

Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 20. 

Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 20. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 22. 
Shrewsbury. 



Feb. 7. 
Qlouoester. 



Feb. 16. 

Gloucester. 

Jan. 28. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 8. 
Worcester. 



Jan. 28. 

Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 25. 

Ludlow. 



Jan. 27. 

Ludlow. 



Membrane 1 — cant. 

Appointment of Reginald de Abenhale, Walter de Nasse, John de la Box, 
William de Hathewy, Richard Malemort, and Richard de L*by to seize into 
the king's hands the castle of St. Briavels, lately taken by the contrariants, 
and to keep it safe, and also they are to arrest and imprison the said 
contrariants until further order. By K. 

Writ of aid for them directed to the barons, knights and others in the 
forest of Dene and other parts of the county of Gloucester. By E. 

Simple protection without clause for the prior of Tykeford. 

Protection during pleasure for the chancellor, and masters of the university 
of Oxford and all persons studying there. By K. 

Licence for Robert Lewer, king's yeoman, to crenellate his dwelling place 
of Westbury, co. Southampton. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Roger de la Mare ; nothing 
is to be taken for the king's use from his corn, hay, horses, carts, carriages 
{cariaifiis)y victuals or other goods in his manors of Millynghope, Hungerford, 
Thoggelond, Hulton, Possethom, Armegrave, Wystanestowe and Feldhamp- 
ton ; or from the goods of his tenants therein. By E. 

The like for two years for the dean and chapter of St. Paul's, London, 
in their manors of Walton, Kirkeby, Thorp', Brightlingeseye, Beauchamp 
Canouns, Wykham, Hebregg, Tylingham, Barelyngges, Westlee, Ronewell, 
Northon, Navestok, Ghingelford, Pelham Fomeux, Pelham Arsa, Aldebury, 
Sandon, Erdeleye, Cadynton, Dratton, Sutton, Beemes, Willesdon, St. 
Pancras, Hamersmyth, Yeveneye, Sonnebury and Boyton. By E. 

The like for one year for William de Lodelowe, parson of the church of 
Suckeleye. By E. 

Protection, until Michaelmas, for the servants whom John de Wellesleye, 
staying in England on the king's service, is sending to Ireland to purvey 200 
quarters of com for the maintenance of himself and his household. By E. 

Grant, at the instance of Gilbert, abbot of Bee Herlewin, staying beyond 
the seas, and of the convent of that place, that William de Ponte Episcopi, 
his fellow monk, their proctor general in England, be admitted as attorney 
of the abbot with power to appoint attorneys in his place. 

Pardon to William son of RcJph le Mareschal and John his brother, 
who were convicted of an assault on William Rosce of Totynebek, of their 
outlawry in the county of Sussex for not appearing before the king to 
satisfy him for that which belongs to him for the said trespass ; provided 
that they surrender and satisfy the king of what belongs to him for 
the said trespass and the said William of the damages adjudged to him. 

By E. on the information of Robert de Echyngham. 

The like, at the instance of Robert de Eendale, to Alexander de Beme- 
feld of that which pertains to the king for his trespass against the abbot 
of Grestain, whereof the said Alexander was convicted, and of any conse- 
quent outlawry ; provided he surrender to gaol in the county of Sussex, and 
satisfy the said abbot. By p.s. 

Appointment of John de Felton, Stephen le Blount, and John de 
Weston juxta Brewode to survey all the manors, lands, woods, parks, 
&c. and goods belonging to the bishopric of Coventry and Lichfield, void, 
and in the king's hands, so that waste or injury be not done to them so 



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1322. 



Jan. 24. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. . . 
Ludlow. 



Jan. 25. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 80. 

Hereford. 



Jan. 80. 
Hereford. 



Feb. 6. 
Newent. 



Feb. 4. 
Hereford. 



Feb. 8. 
Gloucester. 



Membrane l—€07it. 

long as the bishopric shall remain in the king*s custody ; they are to 
certify the king of the names of those who are found guilty. By p.s. 

Writ of aid for him directed to the tenants of the bishopric and keepers 
of the said manors and lands. 

Safe conduct for two years for Hugh de Colnham of Shrewsbury, king's 
merchant, and his servants, trading within and without the realm. 

ByK. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for the prior of Wenlok, 
going beyond the seas. By p.s. 

The said prior has letters nominating Guy de Bosco, his fellow monk, 
and Richard de Baggesoure his attorneys in £ngland for the same time. 

Protection with clause nolumus for two years for Isabella Borrey of 
Shrewsbury, the king's hostess (hospes regis) ; nothing is to be taken of her 
com at Caumpeden or elsewhere ; no bailiff or other minister of the king 
shall be lodged within her dwelling place at Shrewsbury. By E. 

R. bishop of Winchester, going beyond the seas in the king's service, 
has letters nominating William de Staunford and Tho[mas] de Fol- 
quardeby his attorneys in England until Holy Trinity. 

Writ of aid until the quinzaine of Easter for the servants, whom 
Douenald de Mar, constable of the castle of Newerk, king's yeoman, is 
sending into the county of L [incoln] and the parts adjoining to purvey 
victuals at the king's cost for the munition of the castle. By p.s. 

Mandate to Thomas de Hastang to deliver the castle of the bishop of 
Hereford called 'Bisshopescastel,' which the king lately took into his hands, 
to the said bishop. By p.s. 

Presentation of Master Roger de Clisseby to the church of Kilworth in 
the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
land and heir of Guy de Bello Gampo, sometime earl of Warwick. 

By p.s. 

Writ of aid for John de Lortye and John de Say appointed to arrest 
Tho[mas] de Gornay, John de Kyngeston, Walter de Pavely of Stratton, John 
de Ralegh, Simon de Ralegh, Warin de Ralegh, John Mautravers, John 

Luterel, Andrew Luterel, William de Co[ ], Edward de Estradelich, 

William de Dumeford, Matthew de Clyvedon, Thomas de Ledynton, John 
de Acton, Reginald Uppehull, Robert de Gantokesheved, Nicholas de 



Bai 

Wil 



ocis], William de Acton, John de Wroxhale, John de Pederton, and 
liam le Jeu. By K. 



The like for Richard Lovel and RegincJd de Frome, appointed to arrest 
the same persons. By K. on the information of Master . . . . de Baldok. 

The like for Nicholas de Grey and William de Bredon, appointed to arrest 
the same persons. By E. 



Feb. 14. 

Gloucester. 

Feb. 21. 
Temple 
Ouyting. 

1321. 

July 18. Commission of oyer and terminer to John Daubernoun, Geoffirey de 

Westmingtcr. Hertelpol and William de Northhoo, on complaint by John de Spersholt, 

clerk, that, whereas the king had recovered against Rigaud, then 
bishop-elect, now bishop of Winchester, his presentation to the house of 
St. Cross by Winchester, by a jury of the country, and for the execution 



MEMBRANE Q^d. 



51 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1321. Membrane 2M — cont. 

of the judgment had sent the said John to Winchester, Robert de 
Maydenstan, clerk, and Nicholas his brother, Edmund de Port, Simon 
Potyn, Stephen de Borham, Robert de Bourn, John de Pildewelle of Botele, 
John de Sandhurst, Robert de Maydenstan and others assaulted the said 
John de Spersholt on his way to London at Rippele, co. Surrey, broke his 
left arm, and took away from him a writ of the king, two statutes merchant 
and 75Z. to the retardation of the execution of the said judgment. By K. 



MEMBRANE 24d. 



July 10. Appointment of John de Lancastre, John de Hornby and William de 

Westminster. Hornby as conservators of the statute regulating salmon fishing, and as 

justices to inquire in the county of Lancaster touching persons who take 

salmon contrary to the said statute [of Westminster I] and to punish them 

accordingly. 



MEMBRANE 23d. 

Commission to Edmund de Eyncourt, Roger de Cubbeldyk, and William 

de Isny to deliver the gaol of Lincoln of Robert atte Welle of Laflford, a 

prisoner for the death of Robert de Bakton of Asgerby. 

July 28. Conmiission of oyer and terminer to Adam de Hoperton, William de 

Westminster. Ruston, and Thomas de Burton, touching the persons who killed Nicholas 

Fox, lately at Whiteby, co. York. By pet. of C. 

Aug. 24. The like to John de Harynton, Richard de Wilughby and John Basset, 

Westminster, on complaint by John Haclut, king's yeoman, keeper of the forest of 
Rutland, that when he went lately to Lydington within the metes of the 
forest to do his office, Robert de Aldefeld, Richard Attewelle of Seyton, 
Robert Attewelle of Seyton, William le Taillur and Henry his brother, 
Thomas Beverege and William his son, William Beverege of Seyton, 
Richard Heynesone and Richard his brother, William Tubbe and Roger his 
son, John Crampe, chaplain, William de Eston of Seyton and Roger, 
William and John his brothers, Robert de Barton, William Maysant, 
William Dare, William de Wakerle, William de Aldefeld, 'mouner,' 
William de Aldefeld, the younger, William son of Robert Wareyn, John 
Pane of Haryngworth, Matthew Chapeleyn of Sculthorp, Ralph 
* Williamesserv^ant de Hotoft,* William le Litestere of Oundele, William 
son of John le Mouner and Robert his brother, Ralph son of Ralph Beaufo 
of Seyton, John Bolle of Okham, John son of Simon de Morcote, 
Alexander, the Revcssone, of Berwedon, William Bene, * taillour,* William 
de Thorp * taillour,* Robert son of Isabella la Barkere, William 
Abovethetoun, William Waytcscache of Luffenham, Robert Beaufo of 
Seyton, William son of Robert de Tolthorp, Robert son of John de Tol- 
thorp, * mouner,' and William brother of the said Robert, the elder, and 
William brother of the said Robert, the younger, John de Wakerle, chaplain, 
John de Wakerle, Ralph Soulis of Tolthorp, Geoffrey son of Reginald, 
Richard le Seminere, W^illiam Knyght of Seyton, William Palmere of 
Thorp, Henry Atteston and William his brother, Richard le Mouner of 
Seyton and William Lappe of Gratton with others assaulted him whilst 
executing his office, carried away his goods, and assaulted Thomas Michel, 
John atte Dale, Robert de Wikerle, and Robert le Parker his servants. 

By p.s. 



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55 



132]. 

Aug. 8. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 21f1. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Nicholas de Grey, Robert de Perpount 
and John de Donecastre on complaint by John de Carewell that Simon de 
Beltoft and Thomas his brother, William del Isle, William de Carleton, 
Roger son of John de Beltoft of Wheteleye, John son of Ralph de Claworth, 
William de Beltoft of Claworth, and Leticia his wife, Hugh de Thorp of 
Claworth, William Daubeneye and Agnes his wife, Alan le Rede of Everton, 
William son of Alan de Everton, William Bernard of Marseye, the elder, 
William Bernard of Marseye, the younger, Roger son of Hugh de Lanum, 
Robert Crok, Roger atte Halle of Burton, Williajn son of Ralph de Claworth, 
Thomas son of Peter de Hayton and Beatrice daughter of Thomas de Lanum 
with others assaulted him at Claworth, co. Nottingham, tore out his eyes 
and cut out his tongue. By p.s. 

The like to Walter de Goushull, Laurence de Chau worth, and William de 
Anne, by oath of good men of the undermentioned counties, on complaint 
by the said John touching the persons who assaulted him as already set 
forth, while he was the king's minister in the county of Lincoln, at Claworth 
aforesaid, which is on the confines of the counties of Nottingham and York, 
robbed him of his goods, and stiU seek to take his life and to burn his 
goods. By p.s. 



Aug. 12. 

Westminster, 



MEMBRANE 20f/. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Barton and Adam de 
Skelton on complaint by Adam de la Chaumbre that Richard de Wolaston, 
John de Espaygne, the elder, Thomas de Norton, Adam Bras, William de 
la Despense, William Fader, Merodinus *le Servaunt Mount Gomery,* 
William Adenagh, William de Seham, Henry Holeghegh, Alan le Pynder, 
Alan le Horner, Roger Turet, Henry Mullyng, Robert le Frere, Henry atte 
Briggende, Ralph le Servaunt, Roger le Tannour, Hugh de Rouclif and 
Peter le Messer, and others by night entered his house at Cumquyntyne, co. 
Cumberland, burned it, and assaulted him. 



MEMBRANE Idd. 

Commission to Robert de Stokehay, John Treiagu, and Henry Bokerel to 

deliver the gaol of Exeter of William de Culmpton, charged with finding 

money, which as belonging to another ought to pertain to the king. 

Aug. 20. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Treiagu, Robert de Stocke- 

Westminster. haye and Henry Bokerel touching an appeal in the county of Devon by 

Isabella late the wife of John atte Scappe against Gerard de Vilers, Bertram 
de Vilers, Beitram Caweitz, Gerard Payncarn, Simon Steel of Toppisham, 
Gilbert Cole of Toppisham, John Garland and Richard his son, and Geoflrey 
le Clerk of the death of her husband. 

By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh. 



Aug. 25. 
Westminster. 



The like to Walter de Norwyco, John de Mutford and Simon de Hedorsete 
touching the persons who killed John son of Thomas Stace at the suburb 
of Ipswich, CO. Suffolk. By K. 

Aug. 24. Commission to Walter de Norwyco, John de Thorp and John de Mutford 

Westminster, to examine the case and make provision touching the under-mentioned 

matter. W. count of Hainault, Holland and Seland and lord of Friesland, 
wishing to satisfy Walter le Keu of Lincoln, Robert Elys of Great Yarmouth 



56 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



J 321, Membrane Idd — cont, 

and Roger de Buselingthorp, merchants, in certain sums of money in which 
he is bound to them, ordained with the assent of his subjects that the said 
sums should be levied and collected from the merchants, fishermen and 
mariners of his dominions coming into the realm, as is more fully contained 
in the count's letters to the king ; and afterwards account having been taken 
of divers sums of money so levied and received by the above-named Walter, 
Robert and Roger by virtue of certain assignments made to them by the 
king's letters patent, the king, by further letters appointed the said Robert 
to levy within a certain time in the above manner in the counties of 
Norfolk and Suffolk 246Z. 14«. 1^. and the said Roger 90/. 9.s. 9r/., 
still remaining due to them. The king, however, is informed by certain 
magnates of the realm and men of the towns of Great Yarmouth and 
Little Yarmouth and others that if such levy were to be made in the 
present fishing season in the said towns, the fishermen of the count would 
withdraw, to the loss of those towns and the disturbance of the next fairs 
there. By K. 



MEMBRANE IBd. 

Sept. 26. Commission de waUiis et fosmtis to Robert de Bardelby, William de 
Westminster. Leycestre, John de Merton and Robert de Kelleseye touching a breach of 

the bank of the Thames between Grenwych and Wolwych. 

On 2 October John Abel and Laurence de Rustyngton were associated in 
the above commission. 

Sept. 25. Precept to the sheriff of Kent to take steps for the preservation of the 
Westminster, peace and arrest vagabonds and malefactors. [Pari, Wriu,] By K. 



MEMBRANE 16d. 

Aug. 18. Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Malberthorp, Simon 
WestminBter. Chaumberleyn and Nicholas de Bolyngbrok, on complaint by Adam de 
Kydale that Walter son of John de Feriby and John his son and William 
brother of the said John, Robert son of Robert Gunnie of Appelby and John 
Frankissh and others assaulted him at Feriby, co. Lincoln, and maltreated 
Roger de Lofthouses, his servant. By pet. of C. 

Aug. 17. The like to John de Wylughby, William de Nevill and Roger de Belers, 

Westminster, touching the persons who killed John Wake of Deping at Multon Park by 

Norhampton. By p.s. 

Aug. 25. The like to Edmund de Nevill, Robert de Barton and John de Lancastre 
Westminster, on complaint by Walter de Stirkeland that William son of Marmaduke de 
Twenge, John de Hastthorp, Jordan de Dalden, Peter de Donewyche, Robert 
de la More, Marmaduke son of John de Twenge, John de Wessyngton, 
Robert de Wessyngton, Thomas Ward, Elias Gyliotsone of Kyrkeby in 
Kendale and Henry son of Gilbert de CrakhjJe with armed men came to his 
manor of Sighritheserd, co. Westmoreland, while he was under the king's 
protection, and broke his close, and houses, and the doors and windows of 
the houses, and set fire to the said houses, carried away his goods and 
Gilbert de Crakhale his bondman, assaulted his servants and fixed the fingers 
of some of them into holes of posts with pins {kivillu) and beat others of 
them. It was sealed at another time by p.s. 



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1321. MEMBRANE 15d. 

Aug. 26. Commission to Master Jordan Moraund, John de Blebury, Henry de 

Westminster. Cantuar[ia] and Elias de Sancto Albano to visit the king's free chapel 

within the castle of Hastynges, which is exempt from the jurisdiction of 
the ordinary, and the dean, resident canons, vicars and other ministers 
and officials, and to survey the state of the chapel and its moneys, books, 
ornaments, and other belongings, as the king has learned that there are 
many defects therein ; and that the officials and ministers neglect the duties 
incumbent on them, although they receive their appointed stipends ; that 
quarrels and scandals arise among them ; that some lead dissolute lives ; 
that the oblations presented in honour of the Holy Bood {Sancte Crucis) at 
the said chapel, which ought to be collected by two sacristans appointed by 
the dean and chapter for that purpose and kept for the repair of the chapel 
and payment of the commons and stipends of its ministers and to defray 
other charges, are by the disposal of the dean collected by others, and 
carried away and applied to other uses, to the detriment of the services and 
chapel and contrary to the ordinances and statutes hitherto observed. The 
commissioners are to inform themselves of these matters as well by exami- 
nation as by inquisition by oath of the ministers of the chapel and of other 
lawful men of those parts and to cause defects to be made good and abuses to 
be reformed ; they are also to punish, according to the statutes of the chapel, 
those found culpable, and to inform the king of their action there. The 
warden of the Cinque Ports, or the person holding his place in the port of 
Hastings, and the sheriff of Sussex are to cause lawful men of those parts, 
by whom the truth may be enquired into, to come before the said com- 
missioners ; further the dean and chapter of the chapel and constable of the 
said castle are commanded to render obedience to them. 

Sept. 4. Commission of oyer and terminer to John Randolf, William de Hardenn 

Sturry. and James de Norton on complaint by GeofErey de Welleford, presented to 
the house of St. Cross by Winchester, the presentation to which the king 
recovered agsdnst Rigaud, late bishop-elect, now bishop of Winchester, 
that Robert de Maydenstane and Nicholas his brother, Simon Potyn, John 
de Sandhirst, Robert de Bourne, clerk, Thomas de Gilyngham, Robert de 
Kyngeston, William Gyffard, Nicholas Lyndraper, Nicholas atte Flode, the 
provost of the chapel of St. Elizabeth by Winchester, Edmund de Port, 
Stephen de Borham, Nicholas Lynacre, Walter Fesaunt, and Roger de 
Scoules and others, during the late voidance of the house, drove away 20 
horses, 12 oxen, 1 bull, 12 cows, 8 heifers {juvencas), 8 calves (intuJos), 39 
swine, 225 sheep and 40 lambs of the said house, of the price of lOOL and 
took and carried away goods and muniments of the said house, which was 
founded to support certain chantries, alms and other works of charity for 
the souls of the king's progenitors, as also of the bishops of the place, at 
Sparkeford, Whitchirch, Bourn, and Hussebourne, Asshton, Twyford, 
Oselbury, and Farham. By K. 

26 September, Thomas de Saunford was associated in the above 
commission. 

Aug. 26. Association of John de Lungevill as conservator of the peace in the 
Westminster, county of Northampton with WUliam la Zouche of Haryngworth and John 
de Wylughby. 

MEMBRANE lid. 

Sept. 80. Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spygurnel, Robert de 

Tower of Haustede, the elder, William Trussel of Nutehirst and Master Roger de 

London. Boudon, on complaint by William de Burgo, king's clerk, that William 

de la Port of Norhampton and John and Richard his brothers assaulted 

him at Norhampton. By p.s. 



58 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



-109-1 Menihrane 1 id — con t . 

Sept. 28. The like to John de Mutford, John de Thorp and John le Claver, on 

Westminster, complaint by Henry Rose, that, whereas he laded his ship called la Elne in 

the port of Blakeneye, co. Norfolk, with wine, com, and other merchandise 

to trade with in Norway, and the ship was disabled in that port by a storm, 

certain persons carried away the goods as well as timber of the said ship. 

By p.s. 

Oct. 2. Association of Michael de Meldon and Roger Beler in a commission 

Sheen. de \valliin et fossatis for the sea coast in the counties of Cambridge, Norfolk, 

Lincoln and Norhampton, with Robert de Maddyngle, John de Fitton, 

William de Ringeton, John de Hotof, Laurence de Holebech, and John de 

Cantebrigg. 



Oct. 8. 
Porchester. 



MEMBRANE I'dd. 

Commission to John de Erlegh, Richard de Rodeneye and John do 
Fosse to deliver the gaol of Somerton of Gilbert Fichet and John son of 
John de Loveton, who, after being indicted before Henry Spygurnel and 
his fellows justices of oyer and terminer touching trespasses in the county 
of Southampton {sic), were put in exigent and outlawed, and surrendered to 
gaol there. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Humphrey de Waleden, Nicholas de 
Bolyngbrok, William de la Launde and John de Leek, on complaint by 
Hawisia, late the wife of Walter de Gloucestre, that WjJter son of Walter 
de Gloucestre and John brother of the same Walter son of Walter, Henry 
de Brokworth and Thomas his brother, John de Paris, John de Thornhill, 
John Monde of Ingoldesby, William de Horton of Welleby, Thomas de 
Holme, Thomas Breton, Robert de la Grene of Gunwardeby, John de la More 
of Asgerby, William le Clerk of Kyme, John Fox of Ingoldesby, Robert son 
of William le Mortymer of Ingoldesby, William son of Margery de 
Roppeslaye, William son of Wyota de Homby, Thomas Horell of Homby, 
William Percrik of Billesfeld, Robert Hane of Byteham, Hugh de 
Wythham, William Whyppyn, William Posshe, Nicholas de Cumpton, 
Gilbert de Lyndeseye of Aseby and John de Briddeport with others entered 
her dwelling place at Haidore, co. Lincoln, drove away 20 oxen, 18 horses, 
and 66 swine of hers, of the price of 60Z., and broke two chests aaid carried 
away jewels and silver vessels therein and other goods. By p.s. 

Commission to John de Vallibus, William de Denum and Richard de 
Emeldon to deliver the gaol of Newcastle on Tyne of all prisoners except 
those detained there for the robbery of the cardinals or sedition. 



Nov. 7. 
Tonbridge. 



MEMBRANE l^d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John Cheynell, John de Cave and 
Robert de Stoke on complaint by John de Segrave, the elder, that John 
Omnibon of Thenford, Elias Resoun of Merston, William son of Giles de 
Morton, Adam Pippard of Lillyngston, Richard son of Andrew Love of 
Rodestone, Geoffrey le Leche of Thenford, Matthew Vyncent of Thenford, 
John Abbot of Thenford, Nicholas le Larche of Thenford, Geoffrey Pary, 
of Thenford, Henry de Cherlton of Thenford, Adam Bernard of Sulgrave, 
Adam Hobbes of Merston, and Gilbert, vicar of the church of Merston, and 
others carried away his goods at Thenford, co. Northampton, and assaulted 
his servants. By p.s. 



16 EDWAKD II.— Part 1. 69 



Membrane 1 2d — cont. 



1321. 

Nov. 6. The like to Edmund de Passele, Henry de Cobeham, Geoffrey de Say, 

Tonbridge. and William de Den touching the persons who, by order of Bartholomew de 

Badelesmere, held the castle of Ledes against queen Isabella, and prevented 

her from entering it and afterwards held it against the king; the jury to be 

of the counties of Kent, Sussex and Surrey. By K. 



MEMBRANE lOd. 

Nov. 11. Commission in pursuance of the Statute of Winchester to Edmund de 
Westminster. Hemgrave and John de Wolnetham as conservators of the peace for the 
county of Suffolk. [Pari, Writs.] 

The like of the following in the following counties : — 

Nov. 19. William le Butiller of Vemme and John de Felton for Salop. By K. 

Ongar. 

Nov. 20. Andrew de Hartcla, Gilbert de Colewenne, and Henry de Wardecop 

Ongu* for Westmoreland. By K, 

The same Andrew, Richard de Hudleston and Alexander de Basten- 
thwayt for Cumberland. By E. 

Dec. 6. John de Pabenham, Richard de Pereres and Walter de Neville 

Westmmster. for Hertford. [Pari. Writs.] 

Nov. 19. Commission to John Pecche and Thomas le Rus to deliver the gaol of 

Ongar. Warrewyk as well of those who lately took the castle of Warrewyk and held 

it against the king and his ministers, as of others. By K. 



MEMBRANE 9<i. 

Nov. 6. Commission of oyer and terminer to John Randolf, John Cormayles, 

Tonbridge. Thomas de Saunford and Nicholas de Odyham touching the complaint of 
Geoffrey de Welleford, lately presented to the house of St. Cross by 
Winchester, that Robert de Maydenstan, and Nicholas his brother, Simon 
Potyn, John de Sandhurst, Robert de Bourne, clerk, Thomas de Gilyngham, 
Robert de Kyngeston, William Giffard, Nicholas le Lyndraper, Edmund de 
Port, Stephen de Borham, William le Lynacre, W^alter Fesaunt, Roger de 
Scoles, Ralph Fraunceys, Laurence le Spycer, \Villiam de Caldecote, Henry 
Pruet of Bourne, Thomas de W^hyteweye, Richard Leyr of Bourne, Geoffrey 
atte Chaumbre, William Dymmok, John, vicar of the church of Whitchurch, 
Henry Isaak, Henry Burgeys of Romeseye, Andrew de Haywode, Edward 
Strout and William Balle, * bocher,* during the voidance of the house, drove 
away 80 horses, 24 oxen, 1 bull, 12 cows, 3 heifers (juvencas), 8 calves 
(vitulns)^ 100 swine, 600 sheep, and 600 lambs belonging to the said house, 
of the price of 800^, and carried away goods, charters, writings, and other 
muniments thereof at Sparkeford, Whitchurch, Bourne, Hussebourne, 
Asshton, Tuyford, Oselbury, and Farham, co. Southampton. 

Commission to John de Donecastre, R. de Bemyngham and Alexander de 

Cave to deliver the gaol of York Castle of Thomas son of Roger le Spenser 

and John brother of the said Thomas, prisoners for larcenies. 



Nov. 14. Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Wylughby, Hasculph de 

Westminster. Whytewell and John Basset on complaint by the abbot of St. George's, 

Baskeville, in Normandy, and Hugh de Altifago, his fellow-monk, that 



60 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



2321 Membrane 9f/ — cant. 

Robert Bernard, parson of the church of Weston Edyth and Thomas his 
brother, Robert son of Robert Russel of Berwedon, and John son of David 
de Burle of Northlufifenham and others assaulted the said Hugh at Weston 
Edyth, CO. Rutland. By p.s. 

The like to William de Bereford, Richard de la Bere and John de 
Trillawe, on complaint by the abbot of Rewley by Oxford that Robert de 
Maundevill, John *Roberdesman de Maundevill', John Marmyon, the elder, 
Nicholas de Honterecombe, Benedict le Engleys, Richard de Pikeneye of 
Ippesdene, Warin de Wodesdon, Gilbert de Pikeneye, Philip Osebem of 
Walyngford, William Pope of Ippesden, John Herdewyk, John Somter of 
Ippesden, Luke Plonte of Nettlebedde, and John atte Grenelane of Henle, 
and others broke and burnt his houses at Nettlebedde, co. Oxford, cut down 
his trees and carried them and other goods away. By p.s. 

Commission to Richard de Rodeneye, John de Erlegh and John de Fosse 

to deliver the gaol of Dorcestre of William de Sandale and Nicholas de 

Staneye, prisoners for counterfeiting the coin. 



MEMBRANE Sd. 

Nov. 6. Commission of oyer and terminer to Geoffrey de Say, Edmund de Passele, 

Tonbridge. Henry de Cobham and William de Dene, touching the persons who by order 

of Bartholomew de Badelesmere held the castle of Ledes, co. Kent, against 

queen Isabella and the king [as before set forth]. By K. 

Nov. 12. The like to the same justices touching the persons who by order of the said 

Westminster. Bartholomew, held the castle of Thonebrugge, co. Kent, against the king. 

ByK. 

Commission to Hugh de Prestwold, Robert de Stoke and Richard de 

Eggebaston to deliver Leicester gaol of Elias de Sapcote, 'carpenter/ a 

prisoner for the death of Hugh le Taillour of Baggeworth. 

The like to Robert de Barton, Henry de Warthecop and John de Skelton 

to deliver the gaol of Appelby of Robert son of William de Neuby of 

Sandford, a prisoner for larcenies and other felonies. 

Nov. 12. Commission of oyer and terminer to Geoffrey de Say, Edmund de Passele, 

Westminster. Henry de Cobeham and William de Dene touching confederacies and all 

trespasses against the peace in the county of Sussex. By E. 

The like to the same justices in the county of Surrey. By K. 

Nov. 80. Commission of oyer and terminer to Edward Charles, Robert de Aspale 

Pomfret-on- and Simon de Hedersete on complaint by Robert Scot of Orford, Walter 

Thames. de Wodebrigge and Ranulph Cobel that dSvers persons plundered them at 

Orford, co. Suffolk. By K. 



MEMBRANE Id. 

Nov. 24. Commission to Jame? de Lamboum and Emoun de Badewe to keep the 

Havering atte peace in the hundred of Chelmersford, co. Essex, and to prevent illegal 

Bower. assemblies, and all offenders are to be conveyed to the castle of Colecestre, 

and delivered to the sheriff of Essex, or his deputy. The commissioners 

are to defray their charges and those of the persons selected by them to keep 



16 EDWARD II.-^ART 1. 61 



-I Qo-i Membrane Id — cont, 

guard by an assessment on the inhabitants of the hundred. All the roads 
of the county are to be guarded so that no danger may arise. And in all 
these things the commissioners are to be attendant upon Robert le fiz 
Wautier, Thomas de Veer, and Nicholas Engayne, chief conservators 
{(fardeins) of the peace in the county. French, [Pari, WriU,] 

By K. and C. 

The like of the under-mentioned conservators for their respective hundreds 
in that county : — 

John de Lyston, John Walram, and William Beuchamp, for the 

hundred of Hengeford. 
Robert de Ros, William Flaumbard, William de Neuport, and Roger de 

Barle, for the hundreds of Esthuddelesford, Westhuddelesford, and 

Froshwell, the half hundred of Clavering and the town of Neuport. 
Malcolm de Beaumeys and Thomas Kenteys, for the hundreds of 

Chafiford and Bredestapil. 
Thomas de Loveyne and John Olyve, for the hundred of Dunmawe. 
John de Brokesbum, Aumfrey de Staunton, and John de Wheleby, for 

the hundred of Tendring. 
Thomas Baynard and Robert le Poer, for the hundred of Lexeden. 
John de Enefeld and Adam atte Forde, for the hundred of Aungre. 
William de Mareny, Emoun Bataille, and William de Staunford, for the 

hundreds of Danseye, Thurstaple and Wensetre. 
Thomas de MaundeviU and Emoun de Lenham, for the hundred of 

Wyham. 
Thomas de Caune, Geoffrey le Madle, and Gilbert atte Chaumbre, for 

the hundred of Herlawe and the half hundred of Waltham. 
John de Dovere, Henry atte Ree, and Thomas le Barewhere, for the 

hundreds of Bekyntre and Haveryng. [Pari, Wnts,'\ 

The like of the following conservators in the hundreds of the county of 
Hertford : — 

Geofi&ey de Stokes and Robert Grymbaud, for the hundreds of Hertford 

and Braghyngg. 
Walram de Rocheford and John le Ghaumberleyn, for the hundreds of 

Oddesethe and Edwynstre. 
Geoffrey Fitz Warin and Robert atte Bregg, for the hundred of 

Dacorum. 
John Poleyn, Ralph de Bredon, and Ralph de Gravele, for the hundreds 

of Bradewatre and Hicche. [Pari, Writs,] 



■I goo MEMBRANE Ad, 

Jan. 4. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Donecastre, William de 

Worcester Byngham and Adam de Hoperton touching the persons who with William de 
Inggelby, abbot of Riovall, brothers William de Hamelak, Ralph de Ellerbek, 
William Bot, Hugh de Oteryngton, Geoffrey de Thwyng, Robert de 
Hamelak, and William de Merston, his fellow monks, brothers John de 
Eilbum, Augustin Stalworthman, Thomas le Bakester, Ralph le Breuster, 
and William de Ellerbek, lay brethren of the same house, John de Beverlaco, 
Hugh de Ebor[aco], Thomas de Driffeld, the younger, Richard de Salton 
and Thomas de Drifield, assaulted and imprisoned Henry de Staunton at 
Riovall, CO. York, and carried away his goods. By p.s. 



62 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



2322 MEMBRANE Id. 

Jan. 15. Commission to Ralph de Grendon, Thomas le Rous, Ralph le Blount, 
Shrewsbury, ^jid Malcolm Musard, to arrest Humphrey de Bohoun, earl of Hereford 
and Essex, Roger Damory, Hugh Daudele, the elder, and Hugh Daudele, 
the younger, Bartholomew de Badelesmere, John Giffard of Brynmiesfeld, 
Maurice de Berkeleye, the elder, Henry Tyes, Roger de Clyfford, John de 
Wylyngton, John Mautravers, the younger, Henry de Wylyngton, Robert 
de Watevill, Gilbert de Elsefeld, Gilbert Talebot, Richard Talebot and 
others, with a great multitude of armed men, horse and foot, attacked the 
king's subjects of the county of Warwick, notwithstanding the late 
proclamation. [Pari, Writs.] * By p.s, 

Jan. 28. The like to William de Bello Campo and Ralph le Blount, to arrest 
Shrewsbury, ^y^q same persons in the county of Worcester. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 



(63) 



15 EDWARD II —Part 2. 



1322. 

Feb. 7. 

Glouoester. 



Feb. 8. 

Glouceater. 



Feb. 9. 
Gloncester. 



Feb. 8, 
Gloucester. 

Jan. 80. 
Hereford. 



Feb. 8. 
Gloucester. 



MEMBRANE 31. 

Mandate to all bailiffs and others, so long as the manor of Teukesbury 
shall be in the king's custody, not to take or permit to be taken any goods, 
victuals or other things found in the said manor or its members, which the 
king has caused to be taken into his hands, or any goods of the tenants 
thereof, for his use or the use of others. By K. 

Grant to the aldermen, sheriffs, citizens and commonalty of the city of 
London, after recital of the king's former grant and proceedings touching the 
mayoralty, that they may hold in like manner the said office of the 
mayoralty for a further term until the quinzaine of Easter. [Fcedera,'] 

By K. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Mandate in pursuance to the keeper of the office of the treasurership and 
the barons of the Exchequer. 

Acknowledgement of the receipt by the hands of Roger de Northburgh, 
king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, from the commonalty of the knights 
and esquires of the county of Sussex, of lOOZ. of the 200/. by which they 
made fine for the remission of the forfeiture due to the king by reason of 
some of the said knights and esquires not coming to a certain place 
assigned them by the king's command, and for licence to those who did come 
to return to their country. By bill of the Wardrobe. 

Pardon to Richard de Frekebergh for the death of Roger de Herlyng, and 
of any consequent outlawry. By K. 

Exemption for life for Ralph de Cobham from being put on assizes, 
juries or recognitions, and from being made sheriff, coroner, forester or 
other bailiff or officer of the king. By p.s. 

Appointment during pleasure of Nicholas de Acton, king's clerk, to the 
office which Richard de Donecastre holds {sic) in the Exchequer, with 
the same fee as the said Richard received. By K. 

Writ of aid for one year for John de Haltclo, whom Gilbert de Wygeton, 
king's clerk, clerk of the Great Wardrobe, is sending to divers parts of the 
realm to make purveyances for the Wardrobe ; carriage is to be provided for 
him. By K. 



The like for Richard de Dufford. 



By K. 



Feb. 8. 
Gloucester. 



Power to John, bishop of Ely, to retain as many men at arms both 
horse and foot as he wishes, so long as they are not suspected towards the 
king, for the custody of the isle of Ely, so that no persons suspected by the 
king or the bishop may enter therein. By K. 

Writ of aid for Malcolm Musard appointed by the king to arrest 
contrariants in the counties of Gloucester, Worcester and Warwick. [Pari. 
Writs.] 

Pardon to Thomas de Gaynford of that which pertains to the king for the 
death of Gilbert Russel of Seleteby. By K. 



64 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Feb. 11. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 8. 
Oloucester. 



Feb. 12. 
Oloucester. 

Feb. 10. 

Gloucester. 

Feb. 18. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 12. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 14. 

Gloucester. 



Feb. 12. 
Gloucester. 



Membrane 81 — cont. 

The like for the following, viz. — 
John de Glenton for the death of John Smalhunter. 
Adam le fiz Brice de Nieubj for that of Thomas del Grend. 

Safe-conduct and writ of aid until Whitsimday for Hugh le Despenser, 
the elder, and Hugh le Despenser, the younger, and their men at arms 
proceeding against the king's enemies, the Scots, who have invaded the 
realm. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Pardon to Thomas de Muresle for acquiring in fee from Roger de 
Somervill a messuage, a bovate and an acre of land, and a moiety of an 
acre of meadow in Sutton in Asshefeld, held in chief, which the latter had 
acquired without licence from John de Sutton ; with restitution of the same. 

By fine of i mark. 

Protection with clause nolumus until Easter for John Wyard. By K. 

The like for the following persons, viz. — 
William de Holynes, clerk of the chancery, for one year. 

The abbess of Berkyng. 

The abbot of St. Peter's, Gloucester. By K. 

John de Staunton, parson of the church of Boclond. By K. 

The abbot of Wynchecumbe. By K. 

The prior of Little Malveme in his manors of Eldresfeld, Chaddes- 
leye, Pendok, Hanleye, Bokkebury, Newynton, Aston super Waldam, 
Stoke Gififiard, Wenlond, Horewell, Sukkilegh, Almeton and 
Malveme. By K. 

Ralph de Monte Hermerii, in his own manors and lands, or those in 
his custody by grant of the king of the inheritance of Thomas son 
and heir of John ap Adam, tenant in chief. By E. 

Margaret de Nevill. 

The abbot of St. Peter's, Gloucester, in his manor of Tuffleye. 

Raymond, abbot of Cluny, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominat- 
ing Arnold de Piru his fellow monk and Gilbert de Chesellis his attorneys 
in England for four years. 

Master John de Rosse received the attorneys by writ. 

Pardon to John Werri of Baldok, chaplain, of his outlawry, if any, for 
the death of John de Lysours, John de Lillyngston and John Tondrik 

ByK. 

Pardon to John Lente of Hereford for communicating lately with 
William Daverons, then a contrariant; in consideration of a fine of 4Z. 
received in the Wardrobe by the hands of Roger de Northburgh, king's 
clerk, the keeper thereof. By K. and by bill of the Wardrobe. 

The like to the following for communicating with contrariants : — 
Arnold le Glover of Hereford, by fine of 20 marks, for communicating 
with Roger de Mortuo Mari of Chirk. By K. and the like bill. 

William de Cleaungre of Hereford by fine of 201. for communicating 
with John de Penebrugg. By K. and the like bill. 



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65 



1322. 

Feb. 14. 
Olouoester. 



Feb. 16. 
Olouoester. 



Membrane 81 — cont, 

John Stephani, merchant of Hereford, by fine of 20 marks, for com- 
municating with Hugh Daudele, the younger. 

By K. and the like bill. 

Thomas atte Barre, citizen of Hereford, by fine of 100 marks, for 
communicating with Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemore, and 
Roger de Mortuo Mari of Chirk. By K. and the like bill. 

Robert de Troye of Hereford, by fine of 20 marks, John de Troye of 
Hereford, by fine of 5 marks, and Nicholas de Troye of Hereford, 
by fine of 5 marks, for communicating with the said Roger de 
Mortuo Mari of Wygemore and Roger de Mortuo Mari of Chirk. 

By K. and the like bill. 



Jan. 4. 
Worcester. 



Jan. 6. 
Worcester. 



Jan. 6. 

Worcester. 



Jan. 4. 

Worcester. 

Jan. 6. 
Worcester. 



MEMBRANE 80. 

Protection with clause volumus until Easter for Hugh de Ufculm, going 
to Wales on the king's service. By testimony of Roger de Northburgh. 

The like for the following going with the king unless otherwise 
specified : — 



Ralph Bagot. 

Ralph le Butiller. 

John de Levynton 
Walter de Hull 

Edmund de Eendale. 
Richard de Hangelton. 
John de Weston. 

Simon Croyser 
John de Forde 



> going with the said Ralph. 



I 



ByK. 
ByK. 

ByK. 
ByK. 



going with the said John. 

By testimony of the said John. 



William Portebref, going with William de Bello Campo. 

By K. and by testimony of the said William. 



John de Say. 
Robert Oliver. 
John de Urtiaco. 

Thomas de Tregoz 
John Gryflfyn 

John de Treneweth. 



By testimony of the steward of the 
Household. 



] going with William la Zouche. 
j By testimony of the said William. 

ByK. 



Thomas le Ercedekne. 

By K. and by testimony of the steward of the Household. 

Gilbert Pecche. By K. 



John de Caunton 
John Fermer 
Giles Peoche 



going with the said Gilbert. 

By K. and by testimony of the 
said Gilbert. 



Walter son of Humphrey, going with the said Gilbert. 



ByK. 



Peter de Bathon*, going with the said Gilbert. 

John son of Robert Pecok of Redboum. 

By testimony of the steward. 

24962 E 



66 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

Jan. 4. 
Worcester. 



Jan. 5. 
Worcester. 

Jan. 6. 

Worcester. 



Jan. 14. 
Shrewsbnry. 



Jan. 10. 
Kingswinford. 

Jan. 7. 
Worcester. 



Membrane 80 — conU 

Richard de Hangelton. 
Michael de Trenewet. 

By E. and by testimony of the steward of the Household. 

John Inge. 

John de Crumwell. 

Robert de Haddele 
John de Shenefeld 
Eliseus de Daventre 
Thomas de Stodham 
Richard le Rous 
William le Avener 

Alan de Gherleton. 
Thomas de Panes. 

John Langetot. 
Nicholas de Stonham. 
Adam atte Glove. 



ByK. 
ByK. 

going with Gilbert Pecche. 

By K. and by testimony of the 
said G. 



J By testimony of John de Weston. 



By testimony of the steward of 
the Household. 



Peter de Monte Forti, staying in the Marches of Wales on the king's 
service. By K. 



Edmund Gacelyn. 
John Ingle. 



} 



ByK. 



Thomas de Veer, going with Edmund, earl of Kent, the king's brother, 
on the king's service. 

The like for the following going with the said earl, viz. — 
Edmund Bacun. 
John de Bures. 
John de Langeford. 
John de Vaaus. 
John de Tendrugg. 
Richard de Belhous. 
Adam Bloy. 



knights. 



Philip de Davyntre, clerk. 
George de Percy. 
Thomas Bacon. 
Robert de Davyntre. 
John de Seintleger. 
Roger de Loring. 
John de Seint Martyn. 
John Goldc. 
William Walkyngton. 
Peter de Nyweport. 
Ralph de Skeygton. 
William de Blom\411. 
Thomas de Saunford. 
Walter de Bever. 
Baudre de Taverham. 
Simon de Daventre. 
Edmund Yngethorp. 
John Barbour. 



Walter Menaunt. 

John Percy. 

Henry le Ferrour. 

Philip de Stowe. 

Robert Busteler. 

Ralph de Tendrugg. 

Thomas de Tendrugg. 

Henry de Stonhalle. 

Edmund de Shortmede of Wil- 

berham Parva. 
William de Belneye. 
James de Welde. 
Ralph Poyvere. 
John le («to)Bray. 
William de Brandon. 
Anselm le Mareschal. 
Walter de Combe. 



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67 



1322. 

Jan. 24. 
Shrewsbury. 

Jan. 15. 
Shrewsbury. 



Membrane 30 — cont. 



William Gobioun. 



The like with clause nolumus for the following, staying with Peter de 
Monte Forti, in the Marches of Wales on the king's service : — 

By testimony of the said Peter. 



Jan. 15. 
Shrewsbury, 



Robert de Vaal. 

Richard de Carente. 

William Blauncfrount. 

William de Lucy, the younger. 

John Hubaut. 

William Bruly. 

Edmund Seleby. 

Ralph de Seleby. 

Robert de Vaal, the younger. 

Thomas Waundack. 

Nicholas de Warewyk. 

John de Grafton. 

Thomas de Scheldon. 

Robert son of Robert de Compton. 

Henry Thaune. 

Laurence de Vaal. 

Nicholas le Fauconer. 



Roger Yve. 

John do Wytenassh. 

John de Chetinton. 

John son of John de Pophull. 

Robert son of Robert Squier and 

Robert his brother. 
William de la Chaumbre. 
Ralph le Taillour. 
Roger Lestraunge. 
Nicholas Wyberd. 
Roger Lewer. 
William le Venour. 
Henry le Pestour. 
Robert le Ferour. 
William le Pestour. 
John le Harpour. 



The like for William de Lucy going as above with the said Peter. 

The like for the under-mentioned, viz. — 
William le Vavasour. 

By E. and testimony of the steward of the Household. 



Henry de Staunton. 
Walter de Bello Campo. 
John de Folkesworth. 
Simon Croycer. 
Adam de Everyngham. 
Richard de Comubia. 



ByK. 

ByK. 
By K. and testimony of the said steward. 

ByK. 
By E. and testimony of the said steward. 

ByK. 



Richard de Dummere going with John de Sancto Johanne of Basyng. 

By testimony of the said John. 
John de Sancto Johanne of Basyng. By E. 



Roger de Wodelok 
Robert de Swynesboume 
Denis Aleyn 



going with the said John, and by 
his testimony. 



John Spileman going with William de la Zouche. 

By testimony of the said William. 

Thomas de Beaufo, going with Richard de Comubia. 

By testimony of the said Richard. 



Michael Peresman. 
Walter le Roter. 
John de Rocheford. 
Peter le Monk. 
Thomas de Wodeham. 



By testimony of the steward of the 
Household. 



68 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Jan. 18. 
Shrewsbury. 

Feb. 8. 
Gloacester. 

Jan. 24. 

Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 20. 

Shrewsbury. 

Feb. 18. 

Gloucester. 



Jan. 15. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 21. 
Shrewsbury. 



Jan. 4. 
Worcester. 

Jan. 21. 
Shrewsbury. 



1 



ByK. 

going with Robert de Morby. 
By testimony of the said Robert. 

ByK. 

going with John de Crumbwell. 
By testimony of the said John. 



ByK. 



Membrane 80 — cont, 

Robert de Morby. 

John de Sturmy. 

Master Thomas de Oarton. 

Robert le Botiller 
Henry de Pesy 

John de Carleford. 

Riohard de Crumbwell 
Guy Touche 
Thomas Huscard 

Nicholas Sewal. 
William de Grey. 
John Sewal. 
Thomas de Corbrigg. 

John de Rythre. 

John son of Hugh le Rous de Hoketon. 

John de Bures of Bodyngton, going in the company of Aymer de 
Valencia. By testimony of the said earl. 

Master Robert de Torkesay, ' barbeur.' 

John de Swaneseye. By testimony of the steward of the Household. 

Richard de Boterthwayth, staying in Wales in the company of Gilbert 
de Glincami. By testimony of the said Gilbert. 

Thomas Corbet staying on the king's service in the town of Gloucester. 

By testimony of the steward of the Household. 

John son of Philip de Patemere going with Peter de Duvedale. 

By the like testimony. 

Peter Duvedale. By the like testimony. 

The following going with the said Peter de Duvedale : — 
Robert de Norton. 
Philip Joce. 
John de Chaumpaigne. 
Gilbert son of Philip Destre. 

Robert de Napton going with John Pecche. By testimony of the said J. 

Thomas Corbet. By testimony of the steward of the Household. 

Thomas de Hastang, going with Edmund, earl of Arundel. 

By K. and by testimony of the said earl. 

Peter de Thornton, going with the said earl. By K. 

Ralph le Botiller. 

John de Levynton. By K. 

Walter de Hull. J 

Thomas de Barkeby, going with Ralph Basset. 

By testimony of the said Ralph. 
Master John Gilmjm. By K. 



By the like testimony. 



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69 



1822. 



Jan. 28. 

Hereford. 

Jan. 15. 
Shrewsbnry. 

Feb. 8. 
Gloucester. 

Jan. 80. 
Hereford. 

Feb. 7. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 28. 
Warwick. 



Membrane 80 — cont. 

John Pecche, the elder. 

Richard de Plaiz, going with Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke. 

By testimony of the said earl. 



Stephen de Abyndon, the king's butler. 



ByK. 



Protection until Easter with clause volumus for Robert de Swynburn, 
staying on the king's service in Wales. By K. 

Protection with clause volumim for one year for Henry de Lancastre, 
staying on the king's service beyond the seas. By p.s. 

Commission to Robert Breton and Robert Darcy to assemble all the 
horse and foot of the county of Lincoln and to go with them against the 
insurgents, with power to arrest all who maybe disobedient. [Pari. Writs,^ 

The like for the following in the following counties : — 



John de Bello Campo of Somersete 
Richard Lovel 
Thomas de Marlebergh 



in the counties of Somerset and 
Dorset. 



Andrew de Hartcla, in the counties of York and Lancaster. 



John de Somery 
Ralph de Grendon 
William de Ferariis 
John Pecche 



in the counties of Stafford, War- 
wick, Leicester, Rutland and 
Northampton. 

[Pari. WriU.-] 

Conmiission during pleasure to Oliver de Ingham, or his deputy to raise 
the forces of the county of Lancaster for the like purpose : with clause that 
this commission is not to interfere with the powers given to Andrew de 
Hartcla. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 



Feb. 12. 
Gloucester. 

Feb. 18. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 13. 
Gloucester. 



MEMBRANE 29. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Margery, late the wife of 
Roger son of Payn. 

Writ of aid, for one year, for John de Mereworth, king's Serjeant and 
baker, whom the king is sending to purvey com and other necessaries for 
his office at the king's expense : nothing is to be taken of the fee of the 
church. By bill of the Wardrobe. 

The like for Roger de Santo Albano for the office of the buttery. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbot of St. Peter's, 
Gloucester, in his manors of Berton Abbots, Bernwode, Abbelode, Upton, 
Brokthorp, Rugge, Farlegh, Froucestre, Standissh and Boxwell. By K. 

The like for the said abbot in his manors of Northlech, Estlech, Aides- 
worth, Culne Aylwins (Sancti Ealwyni), Culne Rogers {Eogeri)^ Aumeney 
Crucis {Sancte Crucu), Duntesburn, and Coberleye. By K. 

The like for the same abbot in his manors of Hardepirie, Upleden, 
Hyneleden, Hymeleden {sic), Maysmor, Chercham, Hynham, Brompton, 
Preston and Ullyngwyk. By K. 



70 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Feb. 22. 
Weston. 



Feb. 14. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 16. 
Glonoester. 

Feb. 19. 

Cheltenham. 

Feb. 28. 
Coventry. 

March 1. 
Coventry. 



March 2. 
Weston. 

March 6. 
Elford. 

Feb. 14. 
Oloacester. 



Membrane 29 — cont. 

The like for the same abbot in his manors of Bokelond, Hynynton and 
Clifford. By K. 

The like for one year for the abbot of Colecestre. 

The like for the same time for Margaret, late the wife of John Giffard of 
Brymesfeld. 

The like for the undermentioned, viz. — 
Henry del Die. 

John de Hardesholl. 

John Syflet. By K. 

Ida de Clynton. 
Ralph Basset of Drayton. 
John de la Launde. 
Robert Basset. 

Master James de Berkele, archdeacon of Huntingdon. 

Safe-conduct, at the request of Thomas, earl Marshal, Edmund, earl of 
Kent, the king's brothers, John de Bretaigne, earl of Richmund, Aymer de 
Valence, earl of Pembroke, Edmund, earl of Arundel, earl John de Gareni^e, 
for Gilbert de Ellesfeld, John de la Beche and all those coming with them 
who wish to come to the king's will, except Bartholomew de Badelesmere, 
for five days the present day included. French, [Pari, Writs.] By K. 



The like for the following for the same time, viz. — 
John de Kyngeston. 

Walter de Pavely, the son. 
The like for three days for John de la Beche. 
The like for seven days for Edmund de Bohoun. 
The like for fifteen days for William Baud, knight. 
The like for fifteen days for John de Pederton. 



ByK. 
ByK. 

ByK. 

ByK. 

ByK. 

ByK. 



The like for William de Oteryngton, parson of the church of Lutterworth. 

ByK. 

The like for eight days for Edmund de Bohoun. French, [Pari, Writs,] 

By K. 

Mandate to Master John Walewayn, escheator on this side Trent, to 
restore the temporalities of the abbey of Wilton to Constancia de Percy, a 
nun of that house, whose election as abbess thereof R. bishop of Salisbury 
has confirmed. By K. 

Writ de intended do directed to the tenants of the abbey. 

Appointment until Michaelmas of Hubert de Sutton, king's yeoman, to 
keep safe the tenants of the manors of Teukesbury, Asshchurche, Stoke, 
Pamenton, Fydinton, Treidinton, Natton, Neuton and Northeye, co. 
Gloucester, and Bissheleye and Hanleye, co. Worcester, which are for certain 
causes in the king's hands. By K. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



71 



1322. 

Feb. 16. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 14. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 9. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 28. 

Weston sub 

Edge. 



Feb. 14. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 16. 
Gloucester. 



Membrane 29 — cont. 

Power during pleasure to W. archbishop of York, and Simon Warde, 
sheriff of York, to receive to the king's will all the contrariants of the north, 
except Bartholomew de Badelesmere, who wish to come in ; all who do 
so are to be kept in safe custody until further order. 

Writ of aid for Griffin ap Res and Griffin his son appointed to inquire 
touching the persons who drove away the stud and other animals of Roger 
de Mortuo Mari of Chirk after the knag came to Shrewsbury. By K. 

Power to Andrew de Hartcla to treat of a form of final peace between the 
king and Robert de Brus and his accomplices and to certify the king 
thereof. [F(edera,] By K. 

The like to him to treat of a form of truce. [FcMlera.] By K. 

Mandate to Thomas de Burgh, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, to 
restore the temporalities of the abbey of S. Germains, Seleby, to John de 
Wystowe, a monk of that house^ whose election as abbot thereof has been 
confirmed by W. archbishop of York. By p.s. 

The like to Master John Walewayn, escheator on this side Trent. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the abbey. 

Writ of aid for Richard de Chastillon appointed to arrest Richard de 
Williamscote, John Mauduth, Richard de Louche, and John his son, 
Gilbert de Elsefeld and John le Rous. They are to be imprisoned until 
further order by the sheriff within whose bailiwick they shall be taken. 

By K. 

The like for Gilbert de Glynkarny and John de Cestre appointed to 
arrest Howel ap Wylyn of Ludard, Howel Vaghan, his son, and Adam 
Hog of Usk, clerk, except in any sacred place. By K. 



Feb. 28. The like for John de la Launde, appointed to arrest Henry Dekynton, 

W^n sub Robert le Belleyetere, Richard Scoriot and Thomas Hemery, by whom they 
are without delay to be brought to the king. By K. 



Edge. 



Feb. 16. 
Gloucester. 



The like for one year for Simon de Eycote, king's clerk, whom the king 
is sending to purvey necessaries for the Marshalsea of the Household, to 
be paid for in the Wardrobe. By bill of the Wardrobe. 



The like for the following, viz.- 
Richard de Northden 
John de Parys 

Robert de Dounton 
William Coterel 



[ for the office of the Marshalsea. 
> for the lodging of the king's horses. 



Feb. 14. Licence for Alan de Plokenet to grant in fee to Oliver de Ploukenet the 

Gloucester, manor of Reynham, co, Essex, held in chief. By K. 



Feb. 16. 
Gloucester. 



Mandate to the mayor and good men of the city of Lincoln, as the king 
understands that many persons resort thither and remain in the city who 
do not render obedience to the said mayor in matters touching the safe 
keeping of the town, to take an oath or other sufficient security of 
obedience from all persons staying there, both those belonging to the town, 
and others; and if any such persons shall be found contrary or 
rebellious to attach their bodies and imprison them until further order. 

ByK. 

The like to the mayor and good men of the town of Bristol. 



72 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

Feb. 16. 
Gloucester. 



Membrane 29 — cont 



Request to D. bishop of St. Davids to admit William do Welbeleye, 
king's clerk, to the church of Thlanebe their, in the diocese of St. Davids, 
to which he has been presented by the king and Griffin Seys ap Lewelyn 
Vaghan, Griffin ap Gronou Gogh, Griffin Vaghaij ap Griffith ap Lewelyn, 
Yevan Loyd ap Gurgeneu, Yevan Vaghan ap Yevan ap David, 
Rees ap Cadugan ap Lewelyn, Yevan ap David, David ap 
Meiller, David Loyd ap Cradok, Mereduk ap Eynoun, David Loyd 
ap Yevan, Cadugan ap Res, Yevan ap Rees, Yevan Muirouth, 
Yereward ap Yevan, Griffith ap Cradok, David ap Yereward, Yevan ap 
David With, Leulin ap Eynoun, David ap Eynoun, Griffin ap Eynoun, 
Yevan Vaughan ap Yevan Quynnons, Leulin ap Yereward Loyd, Yevan ap 
David ap Grenou, Griffin ap David, Yevan ap Meillir, Leuhn ap David 
Vaghan, David ap Lewelin Seys, Leulin Bougan, Leulin ap Phelipp, Yevan 
Vaghan, Tratherun ap Lewelin, Griffin ap David Goch, Yevan Vaghan ap 
Yevan, Yevan Loyd ap Eynoun, Yevan Wynen, David ap Yevan, Mereduk 
ap Lewelin and Yevan Gogh. By K. 

Presentation of John de Denton, king's clerk, to the church of 
Lughteburgh in the diocese of Lincoln. By K. 

Feb. 28* Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John son of John le 

Coventry. Botyller of Ardeme. 



Feb. 17. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 19. 
Cheltenham. 



Feb. 20. 

Temple 

Guyting. 



MEMBRANE 28. 

Pardon to Henry Stertup and Emma his wife for acquiring in fee, 
without licence, to them and the heirs of the said Henry, a messuage and 2 
virgates of land from John de Sancto Johanne of Lageham held in chief ; 
with restitution of the same. By fine of i mark. 

Writ of aid directed to the earls, barons and others of the county of 
Chester and lands of Flynt and Engelfeld for Oliver de Ingham, whom the 
king, in consequence of the invasion of his realm by the Scots and the siege 
of his castle of Tykhill by certain contrariants, has appointed keeper of the 
said county and lands, with power to punish all such persons, whom he 
shall find, with imprisonment and the caption of their lands and goods into 
the king's hands. By K. 

Mandate to Edward, earl of Chester, the king's son, or his justice of 
Chester, to deliver to the said Oliver all castles and fortalices in the said 
county and lands in his hands with their armour and victuals. By K. 

Writ of aid for the said Oliver directed to the chamberlain of Chester, 
who is to provide out of the issues of his bailiwick for all expenses, as often 
as he shall be warned by the said Oliver, whose orders on the king's behalf 
he is to obey. By K. 

Writ of aid also for the said Oliver directed to the mayor, bailiffs and 
good men of the city of Chester. By K. 

Safe-conduct until Easter for Roger de Northburgh, king's clerk, whom 
the king is sending to divers parts of the realm to bring certain things 
to him. By K. 

The like until Michaelmas for John Mountfichet, king's yeoman, whom 
the king is sending on his business to the duchy of Aquitaine. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



78 



1322. 

Feb. 14. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 18. 
Oloacester. 



Feb. 16. 
Gloucester. 



Membrane 28 — ront. 

Commission to GriifiD ap Bees and Giles de Bello Campo to array 2,200 
footmen in the following counties, viz. 800 in Angleseye, 800 in Kamarvan, 
and 600 in Merionyth, and to march them to Coventry to the king by 
Friday after the first Sunday in Lent for service against the Scots and 
rebels. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

The like to the following to array footmen in their respective counties 
or lands, viz. — 

Walter de Bello Campo and Res ap Gryffith in the counties of 
Kardigan and Kayrmerthyn and the lands of Canterbaghan and 
Cantrefmaur, for 1,860 footmen, viz. 600, 600, 800 and 860 
respectively. 

John Wroth and John de Wynston, 800 footmen in the lands of 
Euyas Lacy and Ewyas Harald. 

William Flemyng, John Noreis and Lysan de Avcne, 2,000 footmen 
in the land of Morgannou. 

Robert de Penres and Hugh de Lamplough, 400 footmen in the land 
of Gower. 

Robert de Morby and Meuric ap Rees, 400 footmen in the land of 
Breghenok. 

William de la Beche and Madoc Voil, 400 footmen in the lands of 
Eedwyn and Eery. 

John de Syxton and Adam de Waleweyn 600 footmen in the lands of 
la Haye and Huntyndon. 

Robert de Morby, John de Dene and Richard le Mareschall 660 
footmen in the lands of Penketly, Blenleny and Brenthles. 

Robert de Sapy, Madoc de Hendor, Griffin ap Oweyn and Madoc 
Thloyt 1,600 footmen in the land of Powys. 

Lewelin ap Kenewrek, William de Overesham, William de Grey, 
William le Walsh, Philip del Herber, John Lovel and Reginald de 
Somerton 1,000 English footmen in the land of Glamorgan. 
[Pari. Writs.] 

Mandate to all the above, if by any impediment they cannot come by 
the above mentioned date, to come as soon as possible. [Pari. Writs.] 

Writ of aid for the sheriff of Warwick appointed to raise 1,000 foot to be 
with the king at Coventry on the first Sunday in Lent. [Pari. Writs.] 

By K. 

The like for all such sheriffs as are commanded to raise foot. [Pari. 
Writs.] 

The like to William de Wauton, William Maunsel, John de Solers, 
William le Walssh of Wolvesthorp, John de la Mare and Thomas de 
Berkeleye of Coberleye, appointed to raise 1,500 footmen in the county of 
Gloucester, the forest of Dene excepted. [J'arl. Writs.] By K. 

The like for them, directed to the sheriff. [Pari. Writs.] 

Commission to Ralph de Gorges and John de Clyvedon to raise 1,000 foot- 
men in the counties of Somerset and Dorset. {^Parl. Writs.] 



74 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Feb. 14. 
Olouoester. 



Memhrayie 28 — co^it. 

The like to the following : — Philip Joce and Reginald de Abbenhale to 
raise 600 footmen in the forest [of Dean] aforesaid. [Farl. Wriu,] 

Writ of aid for Lewelin ap Maddok appointed to raise 400 footmen as 
aforesaid of the land of John de Grey of Diffrencloyt ; mandate to the said 
John, or his bailiff, to deliver the said force to the said Lewelin without 
delay. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like appointments of the under-mentioned, viz. — 
Walter le Gras, and Cardigan ap Howel to raise 200 footmen from the 
land of Radenore; with mandate to Margaret, late the wife of 
Edmund de Mortuo Mari, or her bailiff, to deliver the men without 
delay. 

Madoo de Hinderston to raise 50 footmen from the land of Knokyn ; 
with like mandate to the lady of the land or her bailiff. 

Lewelin Voil to raise 100 footmen from the land of Ellesmere ; with 
mandate in pursuance to Oliver de Ingham, keeper of that land. 

Madoc ap Lewelin and Yarford ap David to raise 700 footmen from the 
lands of Bromfeld and Yale ; with like mandate to the steward of 
Thomas, earl of Lancaster. 

Madoc de Hinderston to raise 50 footmen from the land of the lady of 
Audele ; with like mandate to the said lady or her bailiff. 

William le Blound and Robert de Hunteleye to raise 400 footmen from 
the lands of Eedewelly and Eayrwathelan ; with like mandate to 
Henry de Lancastre, or his bailiff. 

The same William and Robert to raise 800 footmen from the land of 
Monemewe and the Three Castles {tribus castris) there ; with like 
mandate to the said Henry or his bailiffs. 

Thomas de Thorn, bailiff of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, of Classebury 
and Clifford to raise 60 footmen and all the men at arms of the 
same lands. 

Walter de Bello Campo and Res ap Grif&th to raise 800 footmen from 
the land of Pembrok and the lordship of Haverford; with like 
mandate to Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, or his bailiff. 
[Pari. Tfrtts.] 



Feb. 22. 

Weston sub 

Edge. 



Feb. 21. 

Weston sub 

Edge. 



Feb. 12. 
Gloucester. 



MEMBRANE 27. 

Writ of aid directed to the sheriffs of Gloucester and Somerset and other 
bailiffs, &c. for John de Merton and William de Kirkeby, king's clerks, 
appointed to enquire touching all jewels, coined money and other goods of 
Maurice de Berkele, Hugh Daudele, the younger, and other contrariants in 
those counties. [Pari. Wriu.'] By K. 

Mandate to John de Dene, constable of the castle of Peuketli, which is 
in the king's hands, to provide provisions and other things necessary for 
the safe custody of the castle ; he is however not to delay coming to the 
king with horses and arms, as he was commanded, as soon as possible. 

ByK. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbot of Colecestre. 



15 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



76 



1322. 



Feb. 26. 
Warwick. 



Feb. 28. 
Ooventry. 

Feb. 28. 
Coventry. 

March 1. 
Coventry. 



Feb. 28. 
Coventry. 



Feb. 26. 

Weston sub 

Edge. 

Feb. 26. 

Weston sub 

Edge. 



Feb. 26. 

Weston sob 

Edge. 



Membrane 27 — cant. 

The like for the following, viz. — 

Margaret, late the wife of John Giffard of Brymesfeld. 
Master Robert de Stratford, parson of the church of Stratford upon 
Avon. 

The prior of St. Sepulchre's, Warwick. 

John de Segrave, the elder. By K. 

Henry de Insula. 

Guy de Mancestre. 

Robert de Leukenor. 

William Lovel. 

Robert de Ardem. .. By K. 

Master Robert de Leycestre, parson of the church of Sibbesdon. 

William de Neusum. By K. 

William de Herle. 

Robert de Haustede. 

Margery, late the wife of Robert de Haustede. 

Robert de Veer, earl of Oxford. 

Andrew de Rideware. 

Nicholas Trimenell and John his son. 

Richard de Blaby. 

Adam de Comberhale. 

Roger le Pursere. 

Bertrand Feraundi, parson of the church of Rodele. 

William de Skelton, parson of the church of Bathekynton. 

Richard de Herthull. 

The prior of Coventry. 

William de Bereford. 

Philip le Lowe. 

Ralph de Perham. 

Writ of aid to all of the land of Breghenok and the neighbouring lands 
for Master John Walewayn and Richard Wroth, appointed to throw down 
the castle of Breghenok. By K. 

Safe conduct until Michaelmas for William de Notyngham, minister 
general of the order of Minors, going with four of his fellow friars to their 
general chapter beyond the seas. By E. 

The like for one month, for Bidau de Saviniaco, king's yeoman, 
conducting by the king's command to the Tower of London Aline, the wife 
of John de Moubray, and the son of the said John, also the daughter of 
Robert de Holand and all others whom the said Bidau took and arrested in 
the company of the said Aline by the like command. By K. 

Mandate to the said Bidau to conduct the same persons to the Tower 
of London and to deliver them to the keeper of the Tower without delay. 

The like to Roger de Swynnerton, keeper of the Tower, to receive and 
keep them until further order. 

John de Tolleslond, canon of the priory of St. Mary's, Huntyndon, 
bringing news of the cession of Robert, late prior of that house, which was 
of the patronage of Hugh Daudele, the younger, and is in the king's hands, 
has letters of licence to elect for the sub-prior and convent. By K. 



76 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

Feb. 27. 
Coventry. 



Feb. 26. 
Warwick. 



Feb. 24. 

Weston sub 

Edge. 

Feb. 27. 
Warwick. 



March 1. 
Coventry. 



March 8. 

Merevale. 



March 8. 

Merevale 

Abbey. 



Membrane 27 — cont. 

Mandate to the major and bailiffs of Bishop's Lenne to arrest all 
suspected rebels in their town and to certify the king of the names of all 
persons so arrested. By K. 

Power to Nicholas de Grey to receive to the king's will all those who 
adhered to the contrariants at Gloucestre, except Bartholomew de Badeles- 
mere, and to keep them in safe custody until further order. [Pari. Writs,] 

ByK. 

The like for the said Nicholas to receive in like manner all retainers of 
Thomas, earl of Lancaster, except the said Bartholomew and those who 
were at the siege of Tykehill. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Restitution to Ralph de Gorges of the bailiwick of the forestership of 
Whittylwode, granted to him by Edward I, but which the king afterwards 
took into his hands and granted to Richard Dammory. By K. 

Pardon to Nicholas le Tayllur of Tevelby of larcenies and robberies, 
whereof he was appealed by William Eempe, king's approver in the gaol of 
the castle of Lincoln. 

The like to the following, viz. — 
John Amy of Tevelby. 
Richard de Wykham of Tevelby. 
William Pypek. 

Hugh son of Beatrice de Wyvelyngham. 
Nicholas Pek de Tevelby of Est Riasen. 
William Peek. 

The like to Nicholas le Graungerman of Leggesby for homicides and 
larcenies. By K. 

The like to Thomas de Otteby of Sixsel. 

Writ of aid, until Michaelmas, for Robert Darcy, keeper of the bishop 
of Lincoln's castle of Sleford, which is in the king's hands, whom the 
king has commanded to provision the said castle. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John Pecche, John 
Murdak, Robert de Werdon, Richard de Hastang, Robert de Napton and 
William de Clynton, clerk, Thomas de Wykham, clerk, Edmund de Whit- 
acre, clerk, Thomas de Brailles, clerk, and John de Clanfeld, clerk, and 
John de Clynton, William de Sutton, Walter de Morcote, Anselm de 
Bromwych, and Alexander de Crulefeld. By K. 

The like for William de Sutton, parson of the church of Aylmersthorp. 

The like for Robert de Charnles, parson of the church of Swepston. 

Safe conduct, until Michaelmas, for John de BristoU, prior provincial of 
the Friars Preachers in England, going with divers friars to their general 
chapter to be held at Vienna in the duchy of Austria on Whitsunday. 

ByK. 

Writ of aid for William de Ros of Hamelak, Henry de Percy, William le 
Latymer, and Simon Warde, appointed to levy all the men, both horse and 
foot, of the county of York, and to proceed against Thomas, earl of 
Lancaster, and his adherents, besieging the castle of Tykhill. [Pari. Writs.] 

ByK. 



15 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



77 



1322. 



March 4. 
Mere vale. 



Membrane 27 — cont. 

Mandate to William de Ros to come to the king as quickly as possible 
with the whole force which he can levy, and to harass the rebels in every 
way. [Farl. Writs.] By K. 

The like to each of the above commissioners. [Pari, Writs,] 

Safe-conduct for Robert de Holand, coming to the king by his command 
and about to go against the contrariants. [Pari, Wiits,] By K. 

Writ of aid for one year for Richard de Wirecestee, clerk, and Peter 
Bard whom the king is sending on his business to divers parts of the 
realm with two ships called The Cog of St. John and La James of 
Westminster whilst victualling the said ships. By K. 

Licence for Richard de Burgh, knight, William de Okleye, John de 
Bullesdon, Richard Judas, chaplain, John de Eldecote, clerk, and Walter 
de Evesham, clerk, notwithstanding that they found mainpernors that they 
would come to the king in the northern parts to go against the contrariants, 
to go with Joan, the wife of Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemor, to the 
parts of Suthamton, to stay with her. By K. 



Feb. 21. 

Temple 

Guyting. 



Feb. 16. 
Gloucester. 



Feb. 22. 

Weston sab 

Edge. 



MEMBRANE 26. 

Writ of aid, during pleasure, directed to sheriffs and others for Ralph de 
Gammoys, whom the king has commanded to convey certain things from 
the parts of Surrey to him, wherever he may be ; they are to aid the said 
Ralph with horses and arms and their whole posse when required ; power 
to the said Ralph to arrest those whom he finds contrariants in his behalf, 
and to punish them by imprisonment and the caption of their lands and 
goods. [Pari, Writs,] By K. 

Writ of aid directed to all sheriffs and others in England and Wales, for 
Robert de Morby, appointed to arrest Master Rees ap Howel, and Philip 
his brother, Meuric ap Rees and William ap Roys his brother, John le 
Resceivour of Breghenogh, Philip de Clanevouz and Howel ap David of 
the land of Kyngton, Walter ap David, Yevan ap Reys fitz Maistre Reys, 
John Havard and Philip Havard his brother, John Parpoynt, Philip 
Parpoynt and Howel ap David of the land of Breghenogh, John Ragoan 
and William his son, William ap Griffith and Griffith ap Howel of the 
land of Ewyas, and Richard de Baskervill and his son. By E. 

The like, directed to the keeper of the land of Gower for Richard Wroth, 
appointed to arrest Stephen Baret. By K. 

The like for the following, viz. — 
Robert de Moreby, keeper of the land of Breghenok, to arrest Leuken, 
late the wife of Lewelin Bren, Griffith ap Lewelyn, Jack ap Lewelyn, 
Henry ap Lewelyn, Meuric ap Lewelyn, William ap Lewelyn, Roger 
ap Lewelyn and Lewelin le Yong, sons of the said Lewelyn Bren ; 
Philip Parpount and his brothers, John Haward and his brothers, 
Huel David of the Forest, Philip de Clenowe, Meuric ap Res, Huel 
ap David and his sons, Huel Pal and Miles Pykard, and deliver 
them to the constable of Bristol Castle. By K. 

Gilbert Clenkarny, keeper of the land of Usk, to arrest William de 
Stretton and Meuric de Camoys. By K. 



78 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

Feb. 24. 
Weston sub 

Edge. 

Feb. 22. 

Weston sub 

Edge. 



Menibram 26 — cont, 
William de Wolvarcote, to arrest Robert Basset. 



ByK. 



Feb. 18. 

Gloucester. 



Feb. 21. 

Temple 

Guyting. 

Feb. 22. 

Weston sub 
Edge. 



March 1. 
Coventry. 



Feb. 28. 

Coventry. 



Feb. 28. 
Coventry. 



March 15. 
Derby. 

March 4. 
Merevale. 

Feb. 26. 
Warwick. 



Grant to Richard de Balyben, of Ireland, king's yeoman, of the bailiwick 
of the serjeanty of the county of Mythe and Trym in Ireland, late of 
Matthew Bacon, deceased, tenant in chief, to hold during the minority of 
the heirs of the said Matthew. By K. 

Safe-conduct for Thomas de Culverden appointed by the king to lead 108 
footmen from the county of Kent to him. [Pari, Writs.l 

Association, during pleasure, of Thomas de Dunstaple, king's serjeant 
at arms, with Griffin ap Rees and Giles de Bello Campo, to levy horse and 
foot for the king's service. [Pari, Writs.] By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to the said Griffin and Giles to admit him. 
[Pari, WHu.] 

Licence for John, abbot of St. Peter's, Gloucester, who is stricken with 
old age, to appoint general attorneys for his life for the affairs of himself 
and his house. By E. 

The said abbot has letters nominating William de Wich and Walter le 
Rych his attorneys until he pleases to remove them. 

Writ of aid for Malcolm Musard and Ralph le Blount appointed to levy 
800 footmen in the county of Worcester and to lead them to the king at 
Coventry by Friday after the first Sunday in Lent. [Pari, Writs,] By K. 

Mandate to the sheriff of the said county superseding any other mandate 
for the levy of foot in that county. [Pari, Writs.] 

The like for Thomas de Roshale, Eustace de Burneby and William le 
Breton to levy 12 men at arms in the county of Nottingham, to wit, one in 
every hundred, and 1,000 footmen, and to lead them to the king. 
[Pari, WHts.] By K. 

Grant to Richard de Ayremynne, king's clerk, of the prebend of Thurlby 
and Carleton in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, in the king's gift by 
reason of the late voidance in the time of the late king of the see of 
Lincoln. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Lincoln. 

Safe-conduct for fifteen days for Richard de Grey, knight, and his house- 
hold {meisne) in coming to the king. French, [Pari, Writs,] By K. 

The like for the under-mentioned, viz. — 

Robert de Pyrpount, knight, and his household. 
Edmund de Appelby, knight. 
John de Pederton. [Pari, Writs,] 

Protection with clause rwlumus for one year for the prior and Friars 
Preachers of Warwick, their goods and servants. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Simple protection without clause for John Haltebed and Geoffrey Coftin. 

Mandate to Robert de Ardern to deliver the peel and manor of Burstall, 
which belong to John de Haudlo and are in the king's hands, and in the 
oustod.y of the said Robert, to the said John together with the goods of 
the said John therein, and the issues thereof received by the said Robert. 

ByK. 



15 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



79 



1322. 

March 2. 
Weston. 



March 8. 

Merevale 

Abbey. 



March 26. 
Pontefract. 



March 12. 
Tutbury. 

March 4. 

Merevale 

Abbey. 



March 11. 
Tutbury. 



March 12. 
Tutbury. 



March 15. 
Warsop. 



Membrane 26 — cont. 

Safe-conduct and writ of aid for one year for Peter Bard, going on the 
king's affairs, to divers parts with a ship called The Coy of St. John ; he 
has power to punish the mariners in it. By K. 

Writ of aid directed to the men of the counties of York and Nottingham, 
for Thomas de Fournival, the younger, appointed to levy all the forces 
of Hallumshire to go against the king's rebels. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

The like for the said Thomas to levy the forces of the Peak in the county 
of Derby. [Pari. Wnts.] By K. 

Presentation of William de Langeford to the church of Thoresby in the 
diocese of Lincoln, By K. 

The like of John de Enderby to the church of Kirkeby by Bolyngbrok in 
the diocese of Lincoln. 

Pardon to Master William de Brompton for adhering to Boger Damory, 
a rebel. By K. 

Pardon to Robert de Goldhull, burgess of Gloucester, for a fine of 1001. 
paid into the chamber, for communicating with the contrariants and con- 
senting with them in their late entry into Gloucester. 

By K. on the information of Robert de Welle. 

Power to Nicholas de Grey and John de Hardedeshull (.Wr) to receive into 
the king's will all adherents of the rebels of the counties of Leicester 
and Derby, and to keep such persons in safe custody. [Pari. Writs.] 

By E. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

The like to John de Rythre in the county of York. [Pari. Writs.] 

Grant during pleasure to Robert de Insula, of the houses with rents and 
other appurtenances late of Roger Damory in the city of London, in the 
king's hands by forfeiture of the latter ; on condition that he keep them 
in repair at his own expense. By E. 

Mandate to the sheriffs of London to deliver them to him. 

Presentation of Robert de Clif ' to the church of Wyketof t in the diocese 
of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Thomas, earl of 
Lancaster, being in his hands by forfeiture. 



March 4. 

Merevale 

Abbey. 



MEMBRANE 25. 

Isabella de Walton and Margaret de Lodeford, nuns of PoUesworth, 
bringing news of the death of Erneburga, their abbess, have letters for the 
prioress and convent of licence to elect. By E. 

Robert Spygumel, clerk, going beyond the seas for study, has letters 
nominating Roger de Potenham his attorney for two years. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Hugh de Cokeseye. 

The like for the undermentioned, viz. — 
John de PoUesworth, parson of the church of Barewell. 
The abbess and convent of PoUesworth. 
Reginald de Frome. 

Henry, vicar of the church of PoUesworth. 
WiUiam de Leycestre, canon of Lichfield. 



80 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

March 6. 
Elford. 

March 6. 
Caldwell. 

March 9. 
Caldwell. 



Membranr 25 — cojit. 



March 8. 
Caldwell. 

March 11. 

Tutbury. 



March 11. 

Tutbury. 



March 15. 

Derby. 

March 14. 
Derby. 

March 15. 
Derby. 



March 1. 

Coventry. 



The prior of Drax. 
Alexander de Frivill. 



ByK. 



Henry de Neweton, parson of the church of Sekkyngton. 



Master Robert de Ayleston, prebendary of Button in the church of 
St. Mary, Salisbury. By K. 

Simple protection without clause for two years in Ireland for Master 
James de Ispannia. 

William de Bereford in his manors of Meysham and Raveneston. 

Henry de Djrve. 

The abbot of Leicester. 

Master Robert de Ayleston and Master John de Ayleston, parson of the 

church of Denton. 
Hugh de Pescy. 
Ralph de Ardem. 
Roger de Walecote. 
John le Harpour, Thomas de Sibford, Roger son of Guy, and Robert de 

Holeweye. 
John de Crokesford, the elder, and John de Crokesford, the younger. 

Robert de Cumpton. 

Thomas Walkelyn, Elias Resoun and John de Creton. 

John Mimmes, Hugh de Stanlak and Richard Darcy. 

William de Hynton. 

William de Sancto Johanne. 

John de Palton. 

Robert de Bereford. 

Robert de Craunford. 

Richard Shour. 

William Maunsel, the elder. 

Thomas Ughtred. 

Robert de Bosvill. 

The abbot of Burton on Trent. 

William le Walshe. 

The prior of Repyndon. 

John Sourdevale. 

Thomas de Berwyk and Thomas de Gunmays. 

John de Marmyon, the younger, staying with the king on his service. 

ByK. 
The prior of Merton. 

By K. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

John de Eynardesle, clerk. 

Roger de Spaldyng, parson of the church of Lek. 

Thomas de Veer. 

The abbot of Derle. 

The chapter of St. Mary's, Lincoln. 

Pardon, at the instance of John de Britannia, earl of Richemund, to 
Richard Bokeler, Henry Arnold, John Badecok, Robert de Kent, Idonia de 
Kent, Thomas Frank, Reginald Frank, Roger Coliere, John Robert, 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



81 



1322. 



March 6. 
Elford. 



March 9. 
Caldwell. 



March 9. 
Caldwell. 



March 11. 

Tutbury. 



March 12. 

Tutbury. 



March 18. 
Blyth. 

March 14. 
Derby. 



March 15. 
Codnor. 



March 18. 
Blyth. 



Membrane 25 — cont, 

Reginald Copegrey, William Pipere, John le Fevre, Henry Belhomxne, 
John de Manewode, and Nicholas le White, who were convicted of a 
trespass against Bartholomew de Badelesmere and condemned to imprison- 
ment and to pay a certain sum of money as damages to the said 
Bartholomew, of the said imprisonment and also of the said damages, as all 
the goods of the said Bartholomew belong to the king. By K. 

Presentation of Richard de Wygomia to the church of Riburgh in the 
diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Robert de 
Walkefare being in the king's hands. By K. 

Protection with clause volwnns until Midsummer, for John de Weston, 
going to the March of Scotland on the king's service. By K. 

The like for the under-mentioned, viz : — 
Robert de Ardem. 

John son of Ralph Omnibon {or Cimubon) of Thenford. 
William de Sancto Johanne. 

Signification to the guardian of the spirituality of the bishopric of 
Coventry and Lychefeld of the royal assent to the election of Matilda de 
Pype, a nun of PoUesworth, to be abbess of that house. By K. 

Writ of aid for Edmund, earl of Kent, the king's brother, and John de 
Warenna, earl of Surrey, appointed to arrest Thomas, earl of Lancaster, 
Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, Hugh Daudele, the 
younger, John de Moubray, Bartholomew de Badelesmere, Roger de Clifford, 
John Giffard of Brymesfeld, Henry Tyes, John de Wylyngton and Henry 
de Wylyngton, and all of their company, and to besiege and take the said 
Thomas's castle of Pontefract. [Pari. WHts.] By K. 

The like for Ralph Basset of Dra3rton, appointed to arrest all contrariants 
in the counties of Warwick, Leicester, Nottingham, Derby and Stafford. 
[Pari Writs.] By K. 

The like for the following, viz. — 
John de Somery and the said Ralph, in the abovesaid counties and the 

county of Worcester. 
John de Olney, co. Northampton. 
John de Rithre, oo. York. 
Ralph de Grendon, Roger de Chandos, Henry de Grey, cos. Nottingham, 

Derby, Warwick, Leicester, Stafford and Hereford. 
Robert de Leyburn, co. Lancaster. 

Humphrey de Littelbury, co. Lincoln. By E. 

Thomas Ughtered to arrest Richard le Waleys and other contrariants 
in the county of York. By K. 

William de Ros of Hamelak and Henry de Percy in the same county. 

ByK. 

Philip de Barenton, to arrest William Trussel and William de Bredon 
and other contrariants in the counties of Warwick, Leicester, 
Northampton, Nottingham, Derby, Stafford and Worcester. By K. 

Thomas de Roshale etc. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like for Nicholas de Grey and John de HardredeshuU, appointed 
during pleaaure to arrest contrariants, &c. in the counties of Nottingham 
and Derby. [Pari. Writs.^ By K. 



24962 



r 



82 



CAl^iENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1822. 

March 14. 
Derby. 



March 18. 
Derby. 



April 2. 
AltoftB. 

March 26. 
Pontefraot. 

March 18. 
Derby. 



March 18. 

Derby. 

March 15. 
Derby. 



March 16. 

Warsop. 



March 17. 
Warsop. 




Membrane 25 — cont. 

Mandate to Richard Wroth, keeper of the land of Gower, to pay ont of 
the issues of Gower to Master John Walewayn, appointed viewer and 
superior keeper of divers castles and lands in Wales, which are in the king's 
hands, for himself and the men at arms who by the king's ordinance are 
in his company to wit, from the date of his commission until Friday last, 
12 March, 20s. a day, and from the said 12 March for as long as he is in the 
said office, a mark. By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Licence for Robert de Leybum to crenellate his dwelling-place of Aykhurst, 
CO. Cumberland. By p.s. 

Writ of aid for John Haclut, king's yeoman, appointed to arrest Nicholas 
de Guldeford, clerk, and William Trussel, wherever they may be. By E. 

The like for John de Faucunberge to arrest John de Evre. 

The like for John de Haustede to arrest John de Bottetourte, the elder. 

[Pari, Writs.] By E. on the information of R. de Baldok. 

The like for John de Ippestanes to arrest William Trussel and William 
de Bredon. [Pari. Writs.] By E. 

The prior of Lenton, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating John 
Delker and Herbert Pouger his attorneys for one year. 

Appointment during pleasure of William Gentilcors, king's yeoman, to 
to the bailiwick of the forestership of the chaces and parks of Tuttebury, 
at the usual wages. By E. 

Master Walter de Islep, parson of the church of Whityndon, going to 
Ireland on the king's service, has letters nominating Roger de Sutton his 
attorney for four years. 

Grant during pleasure to Res ap Griffith, king's yeoman, in consideration 
of his past and future service, of the castle and manor del Berber in West 
Wales, which is in the king's hands, to hold quit of any rent for the 
same. [Pari. Writs.] . By E. 

Writ of aid for John de Haustede appointed to arrest Peter de Denardeston 
in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, and to take into the king's hands 
his lands. [Pari. Writs.] By E. 

The like for the following, viz. : — 
Robert de Ardem to arrest Robert de Veer of Sudburgh, and to take 
his lands in the county of Northampton into the king's hands. 

ByE. 

Nicholas de la Beche to arrest John de Chelmersford, William de 

Gosefeld, Robert de la Lee and John le Clerk, late receiver of Plecy, 

and to take their lands in the county of Essex into the king's 

hands. By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Peter Giffard to arrest William de Bredon. 

William de Disseworth has the like word for word. [Pari. Writs.] By E. 

Grant to Ralph de Gorges of the custody of the lands late of Robert de 
Neuburgh and William de Whittefeld in the county of Dorset. 

By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 
Mandate to the sheriff of Dorset to deliver the lands to the said Ralph. 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 2. 



88 



1322. 

March 16. 

Warsop 
(Warksop), 

March 18. 
Blyth. 



March 18. 
Blyth. 



March 18. 

Blyth. 



March 17. 

Blyth. 

March 21. 

Pontefract. 

March 19. 
Doncaster. 

March 19. 
Doncaster. 



March 19. 
Doncaster. 



Membrane 25 — cont. 

Pardon to Thomas de Txmstal for the death of Robert son of John son of 
Geoffrey de Kendale, and for robberies and other trespasses against the 
peace ; and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbot of Derle. 

ByK. 
The like for the under-mentioned, viz. — 

John de Norton, parson of the church of Great Bradeleye. By E. 

The prior of Blyth. 

John de Herlaston, parson of the church of Normanton. 

The abbot of Rufford. By E. on the information of R. de Baldok. 

William de CUf. 

Robert de Bardelby. 

William de Oterhampton, parson of the church of Lutterworth. 

Henry le Peyntour. 

Master John de Shoteswell, parson of the church of Colynton. 

The prior of Marsh by Tyldiull. 

Richard Hakelut, staying on the king's service in the company of John 

de Warrena, earl of Surrey, until Michaelmas. 
The abbot of Peterborough, for one year. 
Nicholas son of Nicholas de Newport. 
Michael de Wath and Roger de Pokelinton, parson of the church of 

Wath. "^ By E. 

Safe-conduct for fifteen days for John le Smale, clerk, in coming to the 
king. 

Signification to H. bishop of Lincoln, of the royal assent to the election 
of William de Braunston, a canon of Osolveston, to be abbot of that house. 

ByE. 

Safe-conduct until Michaelmas for Adam de Assho going to Lreland to 
bring com into the realm. By E. on the information of R. de Baldok. 

Presentation of Master Roger de Clisseby to the church of Arkesey, in the 
diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and 
heir of Payn Tibotot, tenant in chief. By E. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for W. archbishop of York. 

ByE. 

The prior of Lantony by Gloucester, staying in England, has letters 
nominating Philip Bacon and Hugh de Piriton his attorneys in Lreland for 
two years. 

Grant to William de Oterhampton, king's clerk, receiver of the castle of 
Tuttebury and of certain other lands, late of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, 
which are in the king's hands, to receive, so long as he shall attend to that 
office IM. a day and 2 robes a year for his clerk out of the issues of the 
said castle and lands, and in addition hay, litter and firewood in the said 
castle and lands. By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Safe-conduct for fifteen days for Thomas de Apelton, king's yeoman, 
whom the king is sending with 9 footmen to the castle of Eenylworth to 
stay therein for the defence thereof. By E. 

Protection with clause nolumus until Michaelmas for Richard Hakelut, 
staying on the king's service in the company of John de Warenna, earl of 
Surrey. 

The like for one year for Master Robert de Bridlyngton, parson of the 
church of Matlok. 



84 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

March 18. 
Doncaster. 



March 22. 
Pontefract. 



March 22. 
Pontelraot. 



March 24. 
Pontefract. 



MEMBRANE 24. 

Mandate to the bailiffs of the town of Eyngeston on Hull, as the king is 
coming to the parts of York on an expedition against the Scots, to cause 
proclamation to be made that all merchants, native and alien, may come in 
safety to that town with victuals and goods and sell the same there and that 
no one shall take goods or wares for use of any person without due payment. 

ByK. 

Grant for one year to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Kyngeston 
on Hull for the improvement of the town that in the said town or its port 
no alien merchant or his goods shall be arrested for any debt whereof he is 
not a principal debtor or surety, nor for the trespasses of any but himself. 

By E. on the information of Master B. de Baldok. 

Pardon to John Andreu of Foxton, chaplain, of his outlawry in the 
county of CamDridge for not appearing before Robert son of Walter, and his 
fellows, justices of oyer and terminer, when indicted of trespasses against 
the peace in the said county. By E. on the like information. 

Writ of aid for Peter Giffard, appointed to arrest Joan, late the wife of 
Henry de Lacy, countess of Lincoln, and Alesia her daughter, Hervey de 
Bury, Lewis le Clerk, and John Beaurepeir, chaplain, and to conduct them to 
the King. By E. 

Presentation of John Saleme of Wynchelse to the church of St. Clement, 
Old Romenhale, in the diocese of Canterbury, in the king's gift by reason 
of the lands late of Bartholomew de Badelesmere being in his hands by 
forfeiture. By E. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbot of St. Mary's, 
York. By E. 

The like for the undermentioned, viz. — 

Master John de Sutton, prebendary of Carleton Eyme in the church of 
St. Mary, Lincoln, and parson of the church of Warsop. By E. 

Ralph de Strubby, parson of the church of Hellawe. 

Thomas de Barneby, parson of the church of Heton. 

Alan de Huddeleston. 

Edmund, earl of Eent, the king's brother. 

Edmund Bacun. 

Richard de la Pole and William his brother. 

The master of the house of St. Mark, Byleswyk. 

Alan de Hudleston and John de Brayland. 

John Travers, parson of the church of Broghton Asteleye. 

William de Thomtoft, parson of the church of Enesale. 

Robert de Stanegrave. 

Henry de Leycestre, parson of the church of Donynton upon Trent. 

Henry Hode, Richard de Hopertun and Thomas Hode. 

Robert de Babbethorp. 

John Bythewatre of Edenestowe. 

Roger de Sutton, clerk, constantly attendant on the king's affairs, and 
Nicholas his brother. 

Nicholas de Lynwode, parson of the church of Wyvelesford, constantly 
attendant on the king's affairs. 

Nicholas de Erghes, vicar of the church of All Saints, Pontefract. 

Stephen de Segrave in his manor of Beltesford or in his lands or 
tenements in Gormuncestre, Hertesbum and Suthwerk or other 
places which he holds for life of the demise of Thomas, sometime 
earl of Lancaster. By E. 



15 EDWAED n.— Pabt 2. 



86 



1322. 



March 24. 
Pontefracl. 



March 28. 
Pontefract. 



March 24* 
Pontefract. 



March 25. 

Pontefract. 



March 24. 
Pontefract. 



March 26. 
Pontefract. 



March 26. 
Pontefract. 



March 25. 
Pontefract. 



Membrane 24 — cont. 

Soger de Pykeryng. By K. 

Robert de Silkeston. By K. 

Simon de Balderston, parson of the church of Hevereshan;!. 

The abbot of Kirkestall. 

Robert de Eehn, clerk. 

Robert de Malberthorp. 

Roger de Kendalo. 

Grant to Robert de Wodehous of the wardenship of the hospital of 
St. Nicholas, Pontefract, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of 
Thomas, earl of Lancaster, being in his hands. 

By K. on the information of Robert de Welle. 
• Vacated because otherwiae below. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for Robert de Stanegrave. 

Pardon to William de Pevre of Pontefract for being an adherent of 
Thomas, earl of Lancaster, a rebel ; with restitution to him of his lands 
and goods. By K. 

Grant to Robert de Wodehous of the wardenship of the hospital of St. 
Nicholas, Pontefract, late of Adam de Hibemia, an adherent of Thomas, 
earl of Lancaster, and in the king's gift by reason of the lands of the said 
Thomas being in his hands by forfeiture. 

By K on the information of Robert de Welle. 

Presentation of Richard de Feribi to the church of Emeldon in the 
diocese of Durham, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Thomas, 
earl of Lancaster, being in his hands by forfeiture. By E. 

Grant for life to John de Chasteler of land and rents to the value of 50 
marks a year out of the lands of rebels in the king's hands by forfeiture. 

ByK. 

The like to John de Bleyvill of lands and I'ents at the value of 100 
marks. By K. 

Writ of aid directed to sheriffs and others for Thomas le Rous and 
Master Walter de Blida appointed to view in the counties of Warwick 
and Leicester all castles, manors, parks, lands and tenements, and also 
animals, stock and goods, late of contrariants found therein, and to 
enquire by oath of men of the said counties what animals, stock and goods 
were in the same at the date of their caption into the king's hands, and 
whether any have been removed, and by whom and into whose hands any 
have since come. By E. 

The like for one year for Robert de la Wolde, king's yeoman, whom the 
king is sending to make purveyances for the office of the poultry of the 
Household. By E. on the information of Roger de Northburgh. 

Grant to William de Herlaston, king's clerk, of the prebend of Gaye 
Major in the cathedral church of Lichfield, which John de Ghelmersford 
held, in the king's gift by reason of the voidAnce of the see of Coventry and 
Lichfield. By E. 

Mandate in pursuance to the guardian of the spirituality of the said 
bishopric to induct the said William. 

The like to the dean and chapter of Lichfield. 

Presentation to John de Percebrigg to the church of Sturmes in the 
diocese of London. By E. 



86 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Membrane 24 — cant. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Eichard de Lincoln of 
Peterborough, and the men and ships, whom he is sending southward to 
buy com, victuals and other goods to bring to York and Newcastle on Tyne 
he having found security that he will not convey the corn to other 
than the said places, and that he will not communicate with the Scots or 
men of Flanders. By E. and by surety of Roger de Northburgh. 

The like for the following : — 
Robert de Angerton, of Newcastle on Tyne. 

By surety of Thomas de Fetherstanhalw and William de Tyndale. 
Simon de Waynflet and William de Waynflet of Houeden. 

By surety of Robert de Wakefeld of Lincoln and John Rostlyn. 
John atte Becke of Ellerker, by surety of John de Ellerker, the elder. 
John Helleward of Eyngeston on Hull, with his ship. 
Walter Helleward of Eyngeston on Hull, with his ship^ by surety of 
Ralph de Grene and Richard son of Robert. By E. 

Nicholas de Holand of Gosberkirk and his men and ships, by surety of 
Roger de Northburgh. 
The like for the under-mentioned by the aforesaid surety, viz. — 
Hugh de Holand of Gosberkirk. 
Gilbert Cole of Gosberkirk. 



April 6. 
Altofts. 

April 7. 
Altofts. 



April 8. 
Altofts. 



April 17. 
Bothwell. 



April 14. 
Pontefraot. 

April 19. 
Bothwell. 



William de Boshale, burgess of York, with a ship. 
Philip Warner, merchant of Grymesby, with a ship. 



ByE. 
ByE. 



Banulph de Snaith, with a ship, by surety of William de Enottyngleye. 

William de Enottyngleye, with a ship, by surety of the said Ranulph. 
John de Saltmersk, with his ships. 

Nicholas de Fakenham and William de Benecroft [es] going with a 
ship called the ' Seinte Marie Cog ' to the south. 

By testimony of John Sturmy. 
The like for the following : — 
Nicholas de Fakenham, merchant of Lenne \ by surety 

Matthew son of Alan de Spaldyng, merchant of Spaldyng I of John 
William White of Pyncebek, merchant of Spaldyng J Sturmy. 



Adam Heghenone of Swynflet 
Richard Heghnone of Swynflet 



) 



by surety of Richard de Doncastre 
and Peter Bateman. 



Richard de Donecastre and Peter Batemon of Ravenesrod, by surety of 
Richard Heynon and Adam Heynon. 

William de Ayremynn, merchant, with a ship. 

John Burgeys, merchant of Swynflet, with a ship. 

John de Enottynglegh, merchant, with a ship. 

John • of the Garth ' of Drax, with a ship. 

Adam son of William de Houeden of Rouclif , with a ship. 

Thomas de Lund of Selby, with ships. 

Adam Storme of Swynflet. 
John * off Fery ' of Wakefeld. 
Thomas de Gretton. 

William Toller of Grimmesby. 

John Pogge of Houeden, with ships. 

William Grundulf of Brunham, merchant, with a ship. 



16 EDWARD II.— Pabt 2. 



87 



1322. 

April 18. 
[Bothwell] 

April 22. 
Bothwell. 



April 23, 
Bothwell. 

March 26. 

Pontefraot, 



March 27. 
Pontefract. 



March 26. 
Pontefraot. 



March 26. 
Pontefract. 



April 6. 

Altofts. 



Membrane 24 — cont, 

Adam Eclaf (sic) of Seleby, with ships. 

Thomas Stonhard of Eyhavene, merchant. By E. 

John de Nautton, merchant of Bavenserodde, with ships. 

Richard de Goldebume, merchant of Ravenserodde, with ships. 
John son of Ranulph de Rouclif, with ships. 
William Colyon of Gumcestre. 
Henry son of Beatrice de Saltemersh. 
William Chescroame of Melleford. 

William Wryd of Barton, | .,, „, . ^ 
William Cristemesse, | ^'*^ ^'^' 

Pardon to Roger de Bury, * harpour,' for adhering to John de Wylyngton 
and others, the king's enemies and rebels. [Pad. Writs,] By E. 

Grant to Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, archdeacon of Middlesex, 
of the body of Roger Maaduyt, the king's enemy and traitor, to deliver or 
do otherwise at his will. By E. 

Thomas de Mounpellers, clerk, going to Ireland, has letters nominating 
Robert de Helebek his attorney for two years. 

Protection until Michaelmas, at the request of Charles, king of France 
and Navarre, and of Charles, count of Valois, for the men and merchants 
of the town of Amiens coming into the realm to trade ; their wares are 
not be arrested for any debts which the king of France owes to any 
merchants of the realm. By E. on the information of Master R. Baldok. 

Writ of aid for Ingelram Berenger and John de Cotesford, appointed 
during pleasure to take into the king's hands the lands and goods late of 
Hugh le Despenser, the elder, which have not yet been taken into his 
hands ; and to view and order for the king's advantage all lands and goods 
previously taken into the king's hands. By E. 

Licence for Joan, late the wife of Richard de Rokesle, to grant to Thomas 
de Cryel of Newenton and the heirs of his body, with reversion failing such 
issue to the said Joan and her heirs, a messuage and 60 acres of land in 
Bocton AUuph, held in chief as of the honor of Boulogne, as appears by 
inquisition taken by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond 
Trent. By fine of 1 mark. 

Grant to Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, of the prebend of Eccles- 
hale in the cathedral church of Lichefeld, in the king's gift by reason of 
the voidance of the see of Coventry and Lichfield. By E. 

Mandate in pursuance to the guardian of the spirituality of the said see 
to induct him. By E. 

The like to the dean and chapter. 



March 16. 
Codnor. 



MEMBRANE 28. 

Grant in fee tail to Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, and Mary, his 
wife, of the castles and manors of Thorp Waterville and Hegham Ferers, 
CO. Northampton, late of Thomas earl of Lancaster, and which through the 
forfeiture incurred by him came into the king's hands, together with their 
hundreds, knights' fees, and advowsons of churches and all their other 
appurtenances. By E. 



88 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



April 8. 

Altofts. 



April 6. 
Altofts. 

May 5. 

York. 

May 5. 

York. 

May 15. 

York. 

May 18. 
York. 

April 2. 
Altofts. 



April 8. 
Altofts. 



April 2. 
Altofts. 



April 5. 
Altofts. 



Membrane 23 — cont. 

Mandate to the sheriff of Northampton to deliver to the said Aymer and 
Mary the castle and manor of Thorp Waterville, which are in the hands of 
Robert de Holand. 

The like to John de Olneye, Master Walter de Blida, and John Pecok, 
the elder, to deliver the castle and manor of Hegham Ferers. 

Grant to the said Aymer and Mary in fee tail of the manor of Hegham 
Ferers, co. Northampton, and of the castle and manor of Thorp Waterville 
with the hamlets of Achirche and Aldewyncle and other their appurtenances, 
late of Robert de Holand, which he surrendered to the king when lately 
charged with divers excesses and with adhering to the king's enemies. 

ByK. 

Licence for Henry le Scrop, whose horses, oxen and other animals, corn 
and other goods had been appropriated by the contrariants, some of whom 
are prepared to restore the horses and cattle and to satisfy the said Henry 
for the corn and goods, to receive back the former and to accept such 
satisfaction. 

The like for :— 
Edmund Gacelyn. 

By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

William Aylemer, clerk. By K. on the like information. 



Hugh le Despenser, the younger. 



ByK. 



Ligelram Berenger. 

By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

John de Haudlo. By K. 

Pardon to Richard de Wamberge, parson of the church of Castelford, for 
adhering to Thomas earl of Lancaster, a rebel. 

By K. on the information of Robert de Welle. 

Signification to H. bishop of Lincoln of the royal assent *to the election 
of Reginald de Bluntysdon, a canon of St. Mary's, Huntyngdon, to be 
prior of that house, which was of the patronage of Hugh Daudele, the 
younger, and for certain reasons is now in the king's hands. 

Pardon to Peter Wiccheberd of Kyngesclipston for acquiring in fee, 
without licence, a messuage, 1 toft and 1 bovate of land in Warsop, held in 
chief, from Richard de Notyngham, who had acquired the same in like 
manner from John son of Richard de Sutton. By fine of ^ mark. 

The like to Stephen de Segrave for acquiring for life, without licence, 
from Thomas, sometime earl of Lancaster, a rebel, lands and tenements in 
Beltesford, and certain parcels of wood, and of a mill and stew there, and 
also 40 marks of rent which the earl received yearly out of the manor of 
Gunthorp, and 60 marks of rent from the said earl's tenants of Gomcestre, 
all which are held in chief : also the release and quit claim of 80s. of rent, 
which the said Stephen paid to the earl for lands and tenements in Asse- 
bourn, Ofdcote, Underwode and la Grene ; and of 20jf. of rent for a messuage 
which the same Stephen held of the earl in Asseboum, which rents are also 
held in chief. By E. 

Presentation of Richard Oweyn to the church of Thribergh, in the diocese 
of York, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Adam de Reresby 
being in his hands for divers causes. By p.s. 




16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 2. 89 



2322 Membrane 28 — cont, 

April 6. Grant for life to John de Chisenhale of the free chapel of St. Margaret, 

AltoftB. "* Coulynge, void by the resignation of Henry de Wygan, the last warden 

thereof, and in the king's gift by reason of the forfeiture of the lands of 

Thomas, earl of Lancaster. By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop. 

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled and ot/iericue below. 

Protection, with clause noUumis, for one year, for Walter de Clif* and 
Agnes late the wife of Alan de Bameby. 

The like for the following, viz. — 

Robert de Brompton, master of the hospital of Northallerton. 

The prior of St. Katharine's without Lincoln. 

Master WiUiam de Baiocis, parson of the church of Burton by 

Lincoln. 
John Botetourt. 

Walter de Bredon, parson of the church of Kevelyngworth. 
The abbot of Wyllebek. 
The prior of Markeby. 
The prior of Trentham. 
The abbot of Kirkestede. 
Robert de Silkeston. 
Hugh de Croft. 
Adam de Hadelesheye. 
The abbot of Revesby. 
Roger le Mareschal of Middelton. 
Isabella de Grey of Langeford. 
Margaret Banastre. 
Agnes de la Lee. 
Richard de Hoghton. 

Master Thomas de Bray, parson of the church of Glenefeld. 
Hugh de Lodbrok, parson of the church of Blaby. By K. 

April 9. Katherine de Haliwelle. 

Altofts. Master John Walewayn, master of the hospital of St. Leonard's, York. 

Geoffrey Luterel, for one year. 

John Ejiyght of Castelford. 

The prior of Thornholm. 

Robert de Saxton. 

The prior of Holand. 

John de Dalton of Pykeryng, until the Ascension. 

Robert de Brompton, master of the hospital of Northallerton, for 
one year. 

EHas de Stapelton, parson of the church of Suaventon. 

Lewis, bishop of Durham. 

The prior of St. John the Evangelist, Pontefract. 

By K. on the information of R. de Baldok. 

The prior of Wirkesop. 
The abbot of Whalley. 
John, parson of the church of Clifton. 
Roger de Middelton. 

John de Wroxhale, parson of the church of Wyvelyngham, 
Hugh de Levinthorp. 

William de North Dalton, clerk, and Richard de Graonoewyk of North 
Dalton. 

April 18. Master Robert de Pykeryng, dean of St. Peter's, York. By K. 

Pontefract* Peter de Monte Forti. 



90 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



April 4. 
Altofts. 



April 8. 
Altofts. 



Membrane 2S—€ont, 

William de Liversete, staying on the king's service with Roger Corbet. 
Warin de Bassyngboume. 

Safe-conduct for the men, whom Andrew de Harcla, earl of Carlisle, is 
sending beyond the seas to purvey and bring victuals to the March of 
Scotland for the maintenance of himself and his household, staying there 
on the king's service. By K. 

Safe-conduct for one year for Manautus Franciski and John, his brother, 
and Bernard Amigi, merchants of Florence, whom the king is sending beyond 
the seas to buy com and to bring it to him for the war with the Scots. 

By K. 

Protection for the same merchants directed to the admirals, masters of 
ships, mariners, and all mariners of parts beyond the seas. By E. 

Grant to Robert de Swynbom of Henry de Swynbum, his nephew, a 
rebel, captured and detained in the prison of York, to deliver him or to do 
otherwise at his will. By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Presentation of John de Chisenhale to the chapel of St. Margaret, 
Coulynge, in the diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of Henry de 
Wigan, the last rector, and in the king's g^ by reason of the forfeiture of 
the lands of Thomas, earl of Lancaster. 

By E. on the information of Geofi&ey le Scrop. 

Safe-conduct for one year for Selo Susse, king's merchant, going beyond 
the seas with three ships called La grant Mariote of Yarmouth, 
La Margareie of Lenne, and La Crucetihurgh of Lenne, to purvey oats and 
bring it to the king for the Scotch war. By E. 

Mandate to the earls, barons and all other men of the county of York to 
assemble with horses and arms in order to repel the invasion of the Scots ; 
they are to obey Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, appointed warden of 
those parts. By E. 

The like to the men of the counties of Westmoreland and Cumberland, 
and the bishopric of Durham. 

The like to the sheriff of York to prepare the posse of his county ; he is 
to obey the said Andrew in all matters touching the defence of his cotUity. 

ByE. 

The like to the sheriffs of the above counties. [Pari. Writs.] 

April 8. Protection and safe-conduct for fifteen days for John le Smale, clerk, 
Altofts. coming to the king. By E. 



April 8. 
Altofts. 

April 6. 
Altofts. 



April 6. 

Altofts. 



April 6. 
Altofts. 



March 81. 
Altofts. 



March 28. 
Pontefract. 



MEMBRANE 22. 

Master James de Ispannia, staying in England, has letters nominating 
John de Eyngeston, chaplain, and John de Stapelford his attorneys in Lreland 
for four years. 

Protection with clause nohimiis for Robert de Insula in his manors and 
towns of Harewode, Stoketon, Estkesewyk, Wyk, Brandon, Wyggedon, 
Alwaldeby, Stubhous, Werdelay, Carleton, Dunkesewyk and Wytheton. 

ByE. 
The like for the following, viz. — 
The abbot of Eynesham. 
Richard le Vavasour, parson of the church of Whithern. 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 2. 



91 



1322. 



Membrane 22 — cont» 

William Turvey. 

Henry de Wygan, parson of the free chapel of St. Margaret, Coulyng. 

Robert de Holden, parson of the church of Haulton on Trent. 

Robert de Wodehous, master of the hospital of St. Nicholas, Pontefract. 

Master John de Notingham, parson of the church of Claworth. 

Gilbert de Halghton, parson of the church of Emeldon. 

Richard de Wambergh, parson of the church of Castelford. 

William le Moigne, yeoman, going on pilgrimage to Santiago, until 

Michaelmas. 
Henry de Athelastre, parson of the church of Kirketon in le Clay. 
Alan de Lughton, parson of the church of Alesby. 
Robert de Eeleseye, clerk. 
Richard de Donecastre and Peter Batteman. 
Walter de Bredon, parson of the church of Kyvelyngworth. 
William de Grendale, parson of the church of Wresel. 
Lewis, bishop of Durham. 

John de Beverlaco, parson of the church of Waltham. 
Robert de Morby. 

Matilda, daughter of Lawrence de Swynflet. 
William Scot. 

The prior of St. Oswald's, Nostel. 
Henry Basset, parson of the church of Barneby. 
William de Brampton, parson of the church of Eirkeby Ravenswath. 
William la Zousche of Haryn worth. 
Frederic de Bardes, prebendary of Fenton. 
The prior of Monkbretton. 
John de Hastynges. 

Roger Tromewyn. 

Richard de Wamberge, parson of the church of Castelford. 

Richard de Shefeld, clerk. 

The abbot of Roche. 

William de Wermynistre, parson of the church of Acworth. 

Thomas de Bray, parson of the church of Clenfeld. 

William de Miggeleye. 

Henry de Percy. 

Eleanor de Percy. 

The prior of St. Leonard's without Staunford. 

The prior of Newstead on Ancolne. 

Adam de Batelay. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Silkeston, king's clerk, and 
Henry de Leycestre as auditors of the accounts of all receivers, bailiffs and 
keepers of the forfeited lands and goods, late of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, 
and other rebels beyond Trent, which are in the king's hands. By E. 

• 

The like of Simon de Balderston and Ralph de Dalton on this side 
Trent. By E. 

Vacated because otherwise below, 

March' 28. Grant to Godfrey de Rudham, king's clerk, of the deanery of the free 
Pontefract. chapel of Wolverhampton. 

' By E. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 
Mandate to the sheriff of Stafford to induct him therein. 

Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for Master John Gylemyn, 
' mareschal,' going on pilgrimage to Santiago. By E. 



Aprils. 
Altofts. 



March 28. 
Pontefraot. 



92 



OALENDAE OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

March 26. 
Pontefract. 



March 25. 
Pontefract. 



March 80* 
Pontefract. 



April 1. 
Altofts. 

March 81. 

Altofts. 



Membrane 22 — cont. 

Protection and writ of aid for Reginald de Frome, Guy Amaleuene and 
Bernard Brun, king's yeomen, taking Stephen Baret, a rebel, to Sweyneseie 
in Wales to be there delivered as they are more fully instructed. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, to be 
keeper of the counties of York, Lancaster, Cumberland, Westmoreland and 
Northumberland, and of the bishopric of Durham, for the purpose of 
repelling the Scots, with power to array the forces of those counties and 
also in the said bishopric. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to the several sheriffs of the above counties. 
[Pari. WriU.] 

The like, directed to the constables and keepers of castles and fortalices, 
and the keepers of cities and towns there, so that their castles and places be 
securely kept. [Pari. Writs.] 

Mandate to L. bishop of Durham, to array the horse and foot in his 
bishopric by the advice of the said earl, so that no damage may ensue to 
the marches by neglect. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Like writ of aid for the said earl, directed to the bishop of Durham, and 
he is to meet the earl speedily with horses and arms, and all his posse. 
[Pari. WHts.] By K. 

The like to the following to come to Newcastle on Tyne, viz. — 
Henry de Bello Campo. 
Ralph de Nevill. 

Gilbert de Umfravill, earl of Anegos. 
Ralph de Craystok. 
Henry de Percy. [Pari. Writs.] 

Pardon to Richard de Dulverne, prior of Trentham, in consideration of a 
fine of 40 marks, of the under-mentioned trespass. Upon the voidance of 
the house by the death of Richard de Lavyndon, the last prior, Thomas, 
esStl of Lancaster, asserting that the advowson of the priory belonged to 
him, although it belonged to the king and his ancestors from time 
immemorial, compelled the sub-prior and convent to obey him as patron, 
and the said Richard de Dulverne upon his election as prior did fealty to 
the earl as he acknowledged before the king. The earl's la^pds having 
escheated for his rebellion, the king grants the prior pardon and takes 
fealty from him. 

Writ of aid for Walter de Bosseby and William de Waynhous, burgesses 
of Leycestre, appointed to arrest John Curteys, John de Leycestre, Nicholas 
son of Nicholas le Arblaster, Adam de Heleye, Adam Onthegrene and 
Richard Oftheden, and to seize into the king's hands their goods upon the 
information and advice. of John Bigge of Melburn. By E. 

Safe-conduct for two years for Dinus Forcetti, king's yeoman, going 
beyond the seas on the king's business. 

Letters of credence directed to the mayors, bailiffs and good men of the 
towns of Colecestre, Ipswich, Dunwich, Norwich, Goseford and Baudeseye, 
Harwich, Orford, Great Yarmouth, Little Yarmouth, Blakeney, Brunham 
and Lenne in favour of J. bishop of Norwich and Walter de Norwico, 
keeper of the ofiBce of the Treasurer, to whom the king has issued mandates 
touching the Scotch war. 

The like directed to the merchants vintners, native and foreign, staying 
in London, in favour of Walter de Norwyco, John de Foxle and Roger de 
Swynnerton. By K. 



15 EDWARD n.— Pabt 2. 



98 



1322. 

April 2. 
Altofts. 



March 26. 
Pontefract. 



March 25. 
Pontefract. 



March 26. 

Pontefract. 



Membrane 22 — cont. 

Mandate to Master John Walewayn, escheator beyond Trent, to restoi^ 
the temporalities of the abbey of Osulveston to William de Braundeston, a 
canon of the house, whose election as abbot thereof H. bishop of Lincoln 
has confirmed. By K. on the information of Master Bobert Baldok. 

Writ fir irUemlmdo in pursuance directed to the tenants of the house. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the master and brethren of the 
hospital of St. Leonard's, York, of the following lands, viz. by John de 
Jagele, parson of the church of Scrayngham, of a messuage, 1 toft, and 2 
bovates 4 acres and 1 rood of land in Bramhop, by William de Hilderthorp 
of a messuage, 1 toft, 2 bovates and 9 acres of land in the same place and 
in Flathewath, which are of their own fee and are worth in all their issues 
15s. a year, as appears by inquisition made by Thomas de Burgo, king's 
clerk, escheator on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of a hcenee to 
acquire land, tenements and rent to the value of 202. a year. 

The like for the like alienation to the same hospital by Peter de Middel- 
ton of the advowson of the church of Hoton Wandesleye in exchange for a 
messuage, 11 tofts, 6 bovates and 85i acres of land, 10 acres of meadow 
and 19 acres of waste in Middelton in Whervedale and Stockeld and also 
for the release to him of 8s. of rent out of the 28s. which the said Peter paid 
to the master and brethren for his tenements in the town of Stockeld. 

By fine of 40s. 

Creation of Andrew de Hartcla as earl of Carlisle ; with grant of 1,000 
marks a year of lands and rents to maintain his status, viz. 500 marks in 
the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland and 500 marks in the 
Marches of Wales. [Fiedera.] 

By K. on the information of Master Bobert de Baldok. 

Letters of credence directed to the men of Cornwall for Thomas Lerce- 
dekne and Reginald de Botereux appointed to levy 500 footmen in that 
county clad in one uniform ; the earls, barons and other men of the county 
not having hitherto rendered aid to the king against his enemies, any re- 
missness on their part will now entail severe penalties. [Fcedera : ParL 
Wnts.] By K, 



March 28. 
Pontefract. 



March 24. 
Pontefract. 



MEMBRANE 21. 

Writ of aid for Thomas Lercedekne, appointed to purvey 1,000 quarters of 
wheat, 1,000 quarters of oats, and 40 tuns of wine, in the county of 
Cornwall and to convey the same to Skymbumessh for delivery to the king's 
receiver of stock. By K, 

Mandate to the sheriff of York to purvey in the parts of Holdernesse 
600 quarters of wheat, 500 quarters of oats and 500 quarters of barley malt 
out of the issues of his bailiwick, to be ground and put in barrels with the 
amount of contents marked and sent on as they are bought to Newcastle on 
Tyne to the receiver of stores there, by the octaves of Holy Trinity at latest ; 
and John de Norton, king's clerk, is sent to supervise the purveyance. 

ByK. 

The like to the following sheriffs by view of the under-mentioned 
clerks, viz. — 

Lincoln : 800 quarters of wheat, 500 quarters of oats, 600 quarters of 
barley-malt and 200 hogs. The clerk is Bobert de Ashou. 



96 



CALBNDAB OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

April 12. 
Pontefract. 



April 12. 
Pontefract. 



Membrane 21 — cnnt. 

Pardon to John son of Henry le Mouner of Hedon of his outlawry, if 
any, for not appearing before the king to answer touching a trespass against 
Helming de Osenbrugg. By K. 

Mandate to Thomas de Burgh, king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, 
to restore the temporalities of the bishopric of Coventry and Lichfield to 
Master Roger de Northburgh, archdeacon of Richemund in the church of 
York, king's clerk, preferred by Pope J. to be bishop thereof, the king 
having accepted the preferment. By K. 

The like to Master John Walewayn, escheator beyond Trent. 

Writ de interulemlo directed to the tenants of the bishopric. 

Mandate to Edward, earl of Chester, the king's son, or his justice of 
Chester, to deliver to the said Roger the temporalities of the bishopric in 
the county of Chester. 

Mandate to Roger de Swynnerton, or his lieutenant in the castle of 
Eccleshale, to deliver to the bishop the said castle which belongs to the 
bishopric and is in his custody by grant of the king. 

Mandate to Master John Walewayn, keeper, during voidance of the see, 
of the bishopric, with the exception of the said castle, to deliver to him the 
temporalities which are in his custody of the king's grant. 



March 25. 
Pontefract. 



MEMBRANE 20. 

Commission to Thomas Lercedekne and Reginald de Botereux to select 
600 footmen in Cornwall for the Scotch expedition and to conduct them 
to the king at Newcastle on Tyne by the octaves of Holy Trinity. 
[Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like to the following to raise men in the counties hereafter specified, 
&c. viz. — 

Martin de Fisshacre and Robert Beudyn, 500 in Devon, excepting the 
city of Exeter. 

Ralph de Gorges and John do Clyvedon, 2,000 in Somerset and 
Dorset, excepting the towns of Bath and Bristol ; 500 of whom are 
to be armed, and the remainder as below. 

Nicholas de Eyngeston and Walter de Pavely, the younger, 500, 
whereof 200 are to be armed, in Wilts, excepting the city of Salis- 
bury. 

John de Scures and Walter Wodelok, 500 in the county of Southamp- 
ton, excepting the city of Winchester. 

Henry Husy and Nicholas Gentyl, *500 in Surrey and Sussex, except- 
ing the city of Cicestre. 

Ralph Sauvage and Wilham de Orlaston, 1,000 in Kent, excepting the 
cities of Canterbury and Rochester. 

Roger de Berners and William de Mamy, 700 in Essex and Hertford, 
excepting the towns of Colecestre and St. Albans. 

Emeric la Zousche and John de Hinton, 500 in the counties of Cam- 
bridge and Huntingdon, excepting the towns of Cambridge and 
Huntingdon. 

John Haward and John de Vaus, 2,000 in Norfolk and Suffolk, except- 
ing the city of Norwich and the town of St. Edmunds. 

John Morice and Richard son of Ralph, 500 in Bedford and Bucking- 
ham, excepting the town of Bedeford. 

Robert de Morby and Thomas Spygumel, 500 in Oxford and BerkSy 
excepting the towns of Oxford, Abyndon and Redjng. 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 2. 97 



•1090 Membrane 20 — conL 

John de Dene and William le Breton, 600 in Northampton, excepting 

the town of Northampton. 
The sheriff of Middlesex and Boger de Brok, 100 in Middlesex. 
The sheriff and William Ridel, 600 in Northumberland. 
The sheriff and John Hakelut, 100 in Rutland. 
The bishop of Durham by the advice of William Ridel, 1,000 in his 

bishopric. 
John de Sutton, Geoffrey de Sancto Quintino, Thomas Ughtred and 

John de Thomhill, 4,000 in York, excepting the parts of Richemund- 

shire and Cravene, the city of York and the town of Beverley. 
Robert Darcy, Robert Breton and Peter Breton, 4,000 in Lincoln, 

excepting the city of Lincoln and the town of Stamford. On 

6 May following, as Robert Breton and Peter Breton could not 

attend to the matter, William de Isny and Simon de Lunderthorp 

were appointed in their places. 
John Darcy, the nephew, and Roger de Sancto Andrea, 1,000 in 

Nottingham, excepting the towns of Nottingham and Newerk. 
Thomas le Rous and Richard de Eggebaston, 1,800 in Leicester and 

Warwick, 1,000 in Leicester and 800 in Warwick, excepting the 

towns of Warwick, Coventry and Leicester. 
William de Bello Campo and Malcolm Musard, 800 in Worcester, 

excepting the city of Worcester. 
William de Wanton and Thomas le Botiller, 1,000 in Gloucester, 

excepting the towns of Gloucester, Bristol and Cirencester, and the 

forest of Dene. 
William Athewy, Philip Joce and Reginald de Albenhale, 600 in the 

forest of Dene. 
John de Swynnerton and John de la Lee, 1,000 in Salop, excepting 

the towns of Shrewsbury and Lodelowe. [Farl. Writs.] 

The like for the following levies to be conducted to Carlisle : — 

Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, and John de Hartcla, 8,000 in 
Cumberland and \Vestmoreland. 

Robert de Leybume and Richard de Hoghton, 8,000 in Lancaster. 

Ranulph son of Ralph, John Tempest and Robert de Waddesleye, 
2,000 in Richemundshire and Cravene. 

William de Moston and William Michel, 1,000 in Derby excepting the 
town of Derby. 

Ralph de Grendon and Thomas de Halghton, 1000 in Stafford except- 
ing the towns of Stafford and Lychefeld. 

Roger deChaundos and John Danyel, 1,000 in Hereford excepting the 
city of Hereford and town of Leomynistre. [Farl. Writa.] 

Mandate to the above commissioners that, all other things being laid aside, 
they 9«re to raise the said footmen and array them in twenties, hundreds 
and constabularies, and march them to the places of muster. [Farl, Writs.] 

ByK. 

April 4. Mandate to the justiciary of Ireland to raise 1 ,000 hobelers and 6,000 f oot- 

Altofts. men armed with haketon, basinet and gauntlets, and to conduct them to 

Carlisle by the octaves of Holy Trinity. [Farl. WriUi.] ByK. 

The like to the treasurer to be attendant upon the justiciary herein, and 
to pay out of the issues of Lreland for the wages of the said 800 men at 
arms (sic) 1,000 hobelers and 6,000 foot from the time they shall leave Ireland. 

Afterwards on 14 April another writ was addressed to the Treasurer in 
his own name, to wit. Master Walter de Istlep. [Pari, Writs.] 

24902 a 



98 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

April 9. 
Pontefract. 



Metnbraim 20 — cant. 

Commission to Edmund, earl of Arundel, justice of Wales, to raise the 
following men in the imder- mentioned places, viz. — 

The shrievalties of Kardygan and Kaermerdyn and the king's lands of 

Cantrehaghan and Cantrefmaur, 1,000. 
The king's lands of Euyaslacy and Euyasharald, 200. 
The king's lands of Ellesmere, 100. 
The king's lands of North Wales, viz. Snowedon, Angleseye and 

Merionith, 2,000. 
The county of Flynt and Rothelan and the coutred of Englefeld, 600. 
All to be at Newcastle-upon-Tyne by the said date. And Griffin ap Res 
is to conduct the forces from North Wales, and Rees ap Griffith, king's 
yeoman, those from South Wales. [Pari, Writs.] By K. 

The like to Edmund, earl of Arundel, lord of the lands of Kery and 
Kedewy, Clone, Oswaldestre and Chirk, to select in Kery and Kedewy 200, 
in Clone and Oswaldestre 200 and in Chirk 100 foot. [Pari. Wnts.] 

ByK. 
The like to the following to select foot, viz. — 
Edmund, earl of Kent, lord of the land of Melenyth, 800. 
John de Grey, lord of Diffryncloyt, 200. 
Henry de Lancastre, lord of the lands of Kedewelli and Karwathlan, 

200. 
The said Henry, lord of Monemuth, 100. 
Thomas, earl of Norfolk, marshal of England, lord of Strogoyl and 

Netherwent, 200. 
John de Hastynges, lord of Bergeveny and Went, 800. 
Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, lord of Penbrokshire and 

Haverford, 400. 
The lady of Knoky[n] , 60. 

The lady of Audele from her lands in the Marches, 50. 
Robert de Monte Alto, lord of Estradelou and Hawardin, 100. 
John de Crumbwell, lord of Hope, 50. 
The queen's bailiffs of Meillurseysenek, 100. 
Fulk son of Warin, lord of Whitinton, 100. 
William la Zousche, of Assheby, lord of Evayl, 50. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like to the keepers of the following lands : — 
Gower, 200. 

Morgannou and Glamorgan, 1,000. 
Breghenogh, 200. 
Powys, 500. 

Bromfeld and Yale, 400. 
Usk, 800. 

Dinbegh, Rigweynok and Eeynmerych, 400. 
Buelt, 100. 
Penkethly, Blenleveny and Brenthles, 400. ' [Pari. Writs.] 



MEMBRANE 19. 

April 6. Commission, after recital of the appointment of Andrew de Hartcla, earl 

Altofts. of Carlisle, as warden of the Marches of Scotland, viz. of the counties of 
York, Lancaster, Cumberland, Westmoreland and Northumberland, of John 
Bustard and Thomas Fairfax to array the forces of the wapentake of Aynsty, 
CO. York, who are to march under the command of the earl ; the forces 
are to be arrayed in scores, hundreds and constabularies. [Pari. Writs.] 



16 EDWARD II.— Pabt 2. 



99 



1322. 



Membrane 19 — cont. 

The like for the following in their respective wapentakes and liberties, 
viz. — 



Richard de Goldesburgh 
William de Aldefeld 

John de Bolton 
Richard Fauvel 

Simon de la Roche 
William de Ilketon 

William de Beeston 
John Tylly 

John de Quemby 

John de Methelay of Thomhill 

Warin Scargil 
John de Smytheton 

Edmund Wastenays 
William son of William 

John de Occlesthorp 
Thomas de Merston 

William de Burghbrigg 
Robert de Weston 

Roger de Nunwyk 
WUliam de Cliderhou 

Henry de Grandon 



Westbithyng. 

I Clarow. 



i Craven and Staynclif. 

1 



Shirak. 



I Morley. 

I Akbrigg. 

i- Osgodcrosse and Stayncrosse. 

I Strafford. 

I Barkestone. 

^ The town and liberty of Knares* 
S burgh. 

I The town and liberty of Ripoun. 

The town And liberty of TykhuU. 



ESTBITHYNO. 



l2)lJrt k Conestableof Holdernessel Holdemesse. 
Robert leConestableofFlaynesburgh I g^y^i^jii 



Roger de Somervill 

GeofiGrey de Sancto Quintino 
John de Hasthorp 

John Bygot 

John de Bikkethorp. 

Richard Davereng 
John de Qemelseye 

Alexander Cok 

John le Mercer 
John Goldyng 

Nicholas de Portyngton 
William de Nicholas 



; 



The wapentake between Ouse 
and Derwent. 



I Dykeryng. 
> Bukcrosse. 

) The town and liberty of Rayene« 
f shere* 

) The town and liberty of Sever- 
) leye. 

I The town and liberty of Hou^en. 



100 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



AprU 18. 
Pontefract. 



April 12. 
Pontefract. 



[April] 19. 

Bothwell. 



April 21. 
Bothwell. 



April 14. 

Pontefract. 



Richard de la Pole 
Richard de Gretford 



Membrane 19 — cont, 

\ 



The town and 
Eyngeston upon Hull. 



liberty of 



Afterwards, 24 June, Robert de Burton was substituted for Richard de la 
Pole. 



Robert de Creppyngg * 



1 



The towns and liberties of 
Pokelinton and Eatton. 



Robert de Colevill 
Robert Capoun 

Walter de Perzhaye 
Thomas de Bolton 

Thorny de la Ryvere 
John de Thornton 

William Darel 
Geoffrey de Upshale 

John de Wikham 



Robert Wauweyn 

Thomas de la Ryvere 

John Waxand 
Thomas Salkok 



NORTHTRITHYNG. 

i Langbergh. 
\ Ridale. 



I Buhn 



1 

( 
I 



ere. 



Bridford. 

The town 
Whyteby. 

The town 



and liberty of 



Scardeburgh. 



and liberty of 



The town 
Byland. 

The town 
Allerton. 



and liberty of 
and liberty of 



Afterwards, on 8 May, as the king heard that the Scots were preparing to 
invade the realm, the above persons were commanded to hasten the array 
and arming. {FarL WritsJ] By K. 

Writ of aid for Hugh de Beurepeyr, king's serjeant, charged by the 
steward of the Household and keeper of the Wardrobe with the purveyance 
for ready money of hay, oats and litter. By K. 

The like for John de Carleford, purveyor of necessaries for the office of 
the chamber. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Robert son of William le 
Vavasour. By K. 

The like for the following, viz. — 
John de Beaurepeir, parson of the church of Wolvardynton. 

Robert de Grotton. 

The prior of Merton. 

Robert de Tweng, parson of the church of Warton. 

William de Adgersle. 

Thomas de Staunton, parson, of a moiety of the church of Derfeld. 

Simple protection, for three years, for Gilbert, bishop of Enaghdun. 

William Toller of Grimmesby. 
Gilbert de Humbersan of Lincoln. 



• .• • • • • 



• • 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



101 



1322. 



April 28. 
Tadcaster. 



April 20. 
Rothwell. 



April 28. 
York. 

April 16. 
Pontefract 



April 16. 
Boihwell. 



April 26. 
Pontefract. 

April 14. 
Pontefract. 



April 20. 
Boihwell. 

April 26. 
BothwelL 



Membrane 19 — conL 

William de Spyneye of Homseburton and Richard Spyneye. 
Robert de Foxton. 
Richard Peytevyn. 

The prior of Wroxston. 

John de Assheby. 

Master John de Everdon, parson of the church of Mancestre. 

John de Engeland of North Dalton, John son of Thomas, John son of 

Richard, William son of James and John son of William de North- 

dalton. 

John atte See of Ravenesrod. 

The prior of Merton. 

The prior of St. Neots. 

Michael de Wath, parson of the church of Beford. 

Hervey de Staunton, prebendary of Husthwayt, in the church of 

St. Peter, York. 
Robert de Notingham, parson of the church of Bebinton. 
William de Tweng. 
John de EUerker, the elder. 

Philip de Nevill. By the keepers of the seal and the testimony of 
Thomas Wak. 

Pardon, at the request of Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, arch- 
deacon of Middlesex, to Roger Mauduyt, of his rebellion with others against 
the king. By £• 

The like to :— 
John Beek. By K. 

William le filz Warayn ; at the request of Fulk Lestraunge. By K. 

Pardon, at the request of Hugh le Despenser, the younger, to Peter son 
of Peter de Malo Lacu and Margaret his wife, for acquiring without licence 
the manors of Lokyngton, Etton and Bramham, co. York, and the advowson 
of the church of Lokyngton from Peter de Malo Lacu, the elder, who held 
them in chief ; with restitution of the same. By p.s. and a fine of i mark. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Thomas Larcher, prior of 
the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England. 

Protection until the Holy Trinity for Edmund de Medburn, yeoman of 
Robert de Wodehous, king's clerk, keeper of the hospital of St. Nicholas, 
Pontefract, and other servants of his, whom the said keeper is sending to 
divers places in the counties of York, Nottingham and Derby to seek and 
challenge the animals and other goods of the hospital removed by certain 
persons daring the recent rebellion. 

Mandate to the justiciary, chancellor, treasurer and other the king's 
ministers of the land of Ireland to permit the Exchequer, Dublin, and the 
ministers thereof to be ruled and kept, and the sheriffs of Lreland to be 
made, in accordance with the form and ordinance of Edward I. 

Grant to John de Eynardeseye, king's clerk, of the prebend of Flixton, in 
the cathedral church of Lichefeld, in the Idng's gift by reason of the 
voidance of the see of Coventry and Lichfield. By E. 

Mandate in pursuance to R. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. By K. 

Adam de Evyonyd, canon of the church of St. Mary, Bedkelert, bringing 
news of the death of Philip, late prior of that place, has letters for the sub- 
prior and convent of licence to elect. * By p.s. 



102 



CALENDAR OP PATENT BOLLS. 



1322. 

April 18. 
Bothwell. 

April 20. 
Bothwell. 



April 18. 
Boihwell. 



April 2a. 
Bothwell. 

April 20. 
Bothwell. 



Apnl 24. 
Bothwell. 



April 24. 
Bothwell. 



April 20. 
Bothwell. 



Membrane 19 — conU 

Safe-conduct for one year for Adam de Eenyngeleye, king's merchant, 
trading at home and beyond the seas. By p.s. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Bobert Squire to the bailiwick of the 
forestership of the ' Frith ' of Leycestre in the same manner as others have 
held it. By p.s. 

Mandate to Roger Beler to deliver it. 

Grant to Master Stephen de Parys, king's clerk, of the chapel of 
St. Cross, Sudbury, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason 
of the lands, late of the purparty of Elizabeth, sister and one of the co-heirs 
of Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester, being in his hands. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Suffolk to induct the said Stephen. 

Safe-conduct, for one month, for John le Smale, clerk, coming to the 
king. 

Writ of aid for Richard de Foxcote and Hubert de la Chaumbre, 
appointed to arrest Qeofhey Dabetof t and to bring him to the king with the 
horses, harness and other goods found with him. By K. 

The like for Thomas Deyvill, constable of the king's castle of Pontefract 
to arrest John de Milford and Thomas Goldyng of Pontefract, and to keep 
them in prison there until further order. 

Mandate to Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, 
to deliver the temporalities of the abbey of Pollesworth to Matilda de Pipa, 
a nun of that house, whose election as abbess has been confirmed. By p.s. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the house. By p.s. 

Writ of aid directed to the sheriffs of the counties of Southampton, Dorset, 
Somerset, Devon, Cornwall and Gloucester, for Alexander le Convers, king's 
clerk, sent to take measures in those counties for the naval subsidy for the 
Scotch expedition. By K. 

Mandate to the said sheriffs to give credence to the said Alexander, and 
to accompany him to the towns and places in their bailiwicks. 

William de Hereford, canon of Shirebum, bringing news of the cession of 
Philip de Monte Gomeri, his late prior, has letters for the sub-prior and 
convent of licence to elect. By p.s. 

Mandate to the barons and good men of the Cinque Ports to be prepared 
with ships {nacale subsidinm) and men at arms as strongly as possible to go 
against the Flemish and otners who with a naval power are assisting the 
Scots by infesting the coast, despoiling the king's subjects, sparing no man 
and putting innocent persons to death and preventing victuals which are 
intended for the Scotch expedition from coming to England, whereby it 
may be conjectured that when the king is engaged against the Scots they 
will attack him in the rear. By E. 

The like to the bailiffs and good men of the towns and ports in various 
places in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk after taking counsel with the 
bailiffs and men of the town of Great Yarmouth. By E. 

The like to the bailiffs and good men of Great Yarmouth. 



MEMBRANE 18. 

April 6. Pardon to William Courteys for his adherence to Thomas, sometime earl 

Altofts* of Lancaster, a rebel. By p.s. 



Ik 



15 EDWASD n.— Pabt 2. 



lod 



1S22. 



Membrane 18 — eonU 



April 12. 
Pontefract. 



March 28. 
Ponteltaot. 



April 17. 
Rothwell. 



April 28. 
Rotiiwell. 



The like for the following, viz. — 
John le Barber 

William le Ferrour of Assheby 
John de Walecote 
Matthew de Aylmersthorp 
Bichard de Thwejtes 
William de Cloune 
Robert de Wilughby 
Henry le Ro 
Thomas de Swynnerton 
Henry le Barber 
Bichard de Bristou 



By p.8» 



John de Melbum 
William de Ayssh* 
Simon Stormy 
John de la Panetrie 
Bichard de Goldale 
Adam de Wynkedeleye 
Bobert Gentyl 
Master John de Forneys 
John de Hontindon 
John de Yoxhale. 



Grant to Bobert Darcy, John his brother, and John Darcy * le cosyn,' at 
their reqoest of Philip Darcy and Norman I)arcy, rebels, prisoners at York, 
to be delivered or otherwise at their will, saving to the king the 
escheat and forfeitore of all lands and goods of the said Philip and 
Nicholas («c). By K. 

Presentation of Peter de Wormynton to the vicarage of the chorch of 
Sevemestoke, in the diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by reason of 
the lands late of Boger de Clifford, a rebel, deceased, being in his hands. 

ByK. 

Appointment, doring pleasore, of Simon de Balderston and Henry de 
Athelardestre to aodit the accoonts of all present or past receivers, bailiffs 
and keepers of the lands and goods, late of Thomas, sometime earl of 
Lancaster, and other rebels on this side Trent, and of the lands of Brom- 
feld, Yale and Dynbegh in Wales, which are or may fall into the king's 
hands by forfeitore. By E. 

Writ of aid ontil Christmas, for Simon Constantyn, serjeant of qoeen 
Isabella, charged by the steward of her hoosehold and the keeper of her 
wardrobe to make porveyances for the office of her pantry and bottery. 

By p.s. 

The like for the following sergeants of the qoeen, as porveyors, viz. : — 

Boger Pate, for the office of the baker of her hoosehold. 



Balph de Wendovre 
John de Wysebergh 

John Cosyn 
John Draper 

John Cortoys 
Hogh de Lyncestre 

Master John de la March 
Adam do Chastel 

William de Brideport 
John Bossel 

William de Eenyngton 
Bobert Tipetoft 
Bobert de Deohirst 

John de Astwyk 
John de Bory 



for that of the great kitchen 
of her hoosehold. 



} 

I for that of her pooltry. 
[ for that of her scollery. 
for that of her saocery. 

} 



for that of 
chamber. 



her hall and 



1 



for that of the Marshalsea of 
her hoosehold. 

for the lodging of the qoeen's 
hoosehold and horses. 



104 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 
April 19. 

Bothwell. 

April 19. 
Rothwell. 



April 20. 
Bothwell. 



April 20. 
Bothwell. 



AprU 22. 
Bothwell. 

April 22. 
Bothwell. 

April 26. 

Bothwell. 



AprU 22. 
Bothwell. 



April 28. 
Bothwell. 

April 22. 
Bothwell. 

May 1. 

York. 

May 10. 

York. 

April 22. 
Bothwell. 

May 12. 

York. 

AprU 22. 
Bothwell. 



-, Membrane 18 — cant. 

Pardon to Oillard de WeUe, late an adherent of Roger Damory, a rebel. 

By p.s. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the priory of St. Neots for 
Clement de Sancto Stephano, a monk of that house, preferred to be prior 
thereof by the abbot of Bee Helluin, whereof the said priory is a cell. 
The advowson of the priory was of the inheritance of Gilbert de Clare, 
sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford, and by reason of the purparty 
of Hugh Daudele, the younger, and Margaret his wife, one of the sisters 
and co-heiresses of the said earl, being in the king's hands, the abbot had 
presented the said Clement to the king. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Lincoln. 

Mandate to the bailiflfs and good men of the town of Great Yarmouth, 
together with others from the ports of Norfolk and Suffolk, to provide ships 
and men at arms to set out against the Flemings and others, who having 
assembled on the sea coast of England foUow and plunder ships of the 
king's subjects, and prevent the conveyance of victuals for the expedition to 
Scotland. By K. 

Vacated because otherwise on the Close Roll, 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Raymond Merkades of 
Penne in the Agenais, king's merchant, who, by Stephen Casteyn and 
Stephen de Leger and other his servants, is conveying wines, armour and 
victuals to the northern parts of the realm in ships for the sustenance of 
the king and his lieges, the said Raymond having found surety in the 
Chancery not to take the same elsewhere than to the north, and not to 
conmiunicate with the Scots, or the Flemings. 

Pardon to Master Richard de Eule, an adherent of John Giffard and 
others rebels. By K. 

The like to John de Polton, an adherent of Roger Damory and other 
rebels. 

Writ of aid for Robert de Michedevre, king's yeoman, and John de 
Wateby, clerk, appointed to search and view aU the charters, writings and 
muniments in the castle of Skipton in Cravene affecting Roger de Clifford 
and others, and to certify the king of the tenor thereof. By £. 

Pardon to Ralph Golafre, a contrariant, an adherent of Thomas, earl of 
Lancaster, a rebel, saving to the king the escheat and forfeiture of the 
lands and goods of the said Ralph. By p.s. 



The like for the under-mentioned contrariants, viz. — 
Thomas de Fen ton. 

William de London, chaplain. 

Robert Broun of Penylton. 

William de Lynford. 

Henry de Kerdif. 



By p.s. 
By p.s. 
ByK. 
By p.s. 
By p.s. 



Stephen de Fraunketon. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert Baldok. 



Stephen de Bassygboum. 
John atte WodhaUe. 



By p.s. 
By p.s. 



16 EDWARD n.— Part 2. 



105 



1322. 

May 12. 

York. 

May la 
York. 



May 18. 
York. 

May 20. 

York. 

AprU 22. 
Boihwell. 



May 2. 

York. 



April 20. 
Kothwell. 



May 2. 

York. 



May 12. 

York. 



Membrane 18 — cont. 
John de Leyburn. By E. on the information of Master B. de Baldok. 



Richard de Wodecote. 

Thomas de Belhous. 

Robert de Saham of Walsyngham. 

Clement de Alswyk. 

John de Heghham. 
Philip de Baryngton. 



By p.s. 
By p.s. 
By p.s. 
By p.s. 

By p.s. 
By p.s. 



Writ of aid for J. Inge, sheriff of the land of Glommorgan, appointed to 
arrest Meuric Cammoys, William de Demeford, John Beneyt, John de la 
More, and Seisil ap Yereward, and to take them to the said land and keep 
them in prison there until further order. By K. 

Acknowledgment that the king is bound to Robert Person, citizen and 
skinner of London, in 400Z. delivered by him into the treasury by the 
hands of Walter de Norwico, keeper of the office of the treasurer and 
chamberlains, with promise of repayment of the same out of the issues 
of the custom of wool, hides and wool fells in the port of London, or out of 
the treasury by All Saints next. 

By E. on the information and by bill of the said Walter. 

Safe-conduct, until Midsummer, for Henry de Cawode, * poleter,* servant 
of William de Ayremynne, king's clerk, one of the keepers of the Great 
Seal, and keeping the household for the clerks of the Chancery, whom the 
said William is sending to purvey poultry for the said household. 

Grant, during pleasure, to John de Flecton, chaplain, of the custody of 
the hospital of St. Margaret without Huntyngdon, late of Robert de Brus, 
a rebel, and in the king's hands by forfeiture: on condition that he 
maintain the due and accustomed alms. 

John de Eygnesham and Hugh de Moerdyngg, monks of Abyndon, 
bringing news of the death of John de Sutton, their late abbot, have letters 
of licence to elect for the prior and convent thereof. By E. 



April 28. 
York. 



May 1. 

York. 



MEMBRANE 17. 

Protection with clause nohimus for one year for Robert de Gliderhou, 
parson of the church of Wygan. By E. 

The like for the undermentioned persons, viz.: — 

Stephen de Claro Monte, parson of the church of Bynteworth. 

The abbot of Pippewell. 

William de Bynbrok, merchant. 

John de Staunton, clerk. 

Peter de Lodyngton, parson of the church of Roxby. 

Richard de Amcotes, parson of the church of Scalleby. 

Master John de Eemetby, parson of the church of Sprotle. 

The abbot of Salleye. 

Adam de Lymbergh, going beyond the seas on the king's service. 

The prior of Belvoir. 

The prior (sic) of Henes. 



106 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. Membrane 17 — cont. 

May 5. The prior of Bredon. 

Y®'^' John de Cauntebrigg, parson of the church of Whitewyk. 

John de Hemmyngburgh, parson of the church of St. Wilfrid, York, 

and Thomas his brother. 
William de Ergum. 
William son of William de Erghum. 
Thomas Wake. 
The prior of Willisford. 
Edmund de Assheby, constantly attendant upon the king's affairs. 

ByK. 
Adam Deyvill, parson of the church of Sadyngton. 
James de Henle, parson of the church of Bosse. 
The abbot of Merevale. 
The prior of Bomburgh. 
Bobert de Donebrugg. 
The prior of St. Oswald's, Nostel. 

William de Spanby, parson of the church of Wyloughby. 
Geoffrey le Scrop for himself and his tenants of Brackene. 
William de Henmiyngford, parson of the church of Brenketon, and 

prebendary of Northmunkham {sic). 
Stephen le White of Beverley. 
Bobert Bussel. 
John de Belewe. 
Richard de Bemers. 
The prior of Spaldyng. 
John de Donyngton, chaplain. 

William de Langeleye, parson of the church of Acastre Malbys. 
John de Haudlo. 
William de Melebum, clerk. 
Thomas Pert of Priddesall. 

Nicholas de Redyng, parson of the church of Wadington. 
Nicholas de Shepeye, parson of the church of Rolleston. 
Geoffrey de Villers, parson of the church of Raundes. 
Master Hugh de Stathem, dean of Gloucester. 
The prior of St. Mary Magdalene, Goldeclyve. 
Peter Russel, parson of the church of Etton. 
Robert le Vavassour. 
Henry de Malton. 
The abbot of Fountains. 

Geoffirey de Byngham. By £. on the information of J. de Weston. 
John de Leka. 

May 12. Robert de Eton. By K. on the information of R. de Baldok. 

York. Stephen de Fraunketon. 



William de Sontford. 

Richard Stiry. 

The abbot of Barlynges. 

The abbot of Waltham Holy Gross. 

William son of Warin de Wilteshire. 

John de Hanvill. 

Griffin de la Lee* 

Thomas Wake. 
Gilbert de Haukew. . . • 
The prior of Tynemuth. 
The abbot of Groxton. 
The abbot of Thornton. 



On the like information* 



On the like information. 



16 EDWAED n.— Part 2. 107 



2322 Membrane 17 — eont. 

May 6. Fulk le Straunge, going beyond the seas on the king's service, has letters 

York. nominating John du Lee and William Datton his attorneys for three years. 

May 1. Licence for John son of William de Erleye to grant to Thomas de 

York. Saonford and Joan his wife and the heirs of Thomas two parts of a 
messuage, of 65. 9^(2. of rent, of a moiety of a coracate of land, and two 
parts of 1 lb. of cumin, and of 1} lbs. of pepper, in Estcosham by 
Wymerynge, held in chief ; and his reversion in the remaining third part 
thereof, after the death of Matilda, late the wife of William de Erleye, 
which she holds in dower of his inheritance. By fine of i mark. 

May 8. Safe conduct for Ralph de Warham, merchant of Aymer de Valencia, 

York. earl of Pembroke, whom the carl is sending with a ship called La Garlaund 
of Holm to the south of the realm and to foreign parts to buy com and 
other goods and to bring the same to the earl in the north or elsewhere. 

May 1. Pardon to John le Oblier, an adherent of Thomas, sometime earl of Lan- 

York. caster, a rebel. By £. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

May 4. Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Bek to the custody of all the 

York. lands and goods therein formerly held by him in the county of Lincoln, 

which as an escheat for his rebellion came into the king's hands, together 

with the issues thereof since their caption, by indenture to be made thereof. 

ByK. 

Mandate to Robert de Haulegh to deliver the same, which are in his 

custody, to the said John by indenture ; the second part of such indenture he 

is to deliver in the Wardrobe. By K. 

May 4. Grant, for life, to Geoffrey le Scrop, king's yeoman and Serjeant, of the 

York. manor and town of Brackene, co. York, late of Henry Tyeis, a rebel, in the 

king's hands as an escheat. By E. 

May 4. Safe conduct for one year for the men whom Siglavus Susse, king's mer- 

York. chant, burgess of Lenn, is sending with two ships, one called la Margarete 

and the other la Crazenbery^ to the south to buy com and victuals and to 

bring them to the north to the king. By K. 

Protection, with clause nolunuis for two years, for the men whom the 
abbot of Holmcoltran is sending with his ships to buy corn and other 
victuals for the maintenance of his house. 

The like for the undermentioned, viz. — = 
The abbot of Fumeux. 
The prior of Kirmel. 

May 6. Presentation of Master Roger de Clisseby to the church of Arkeseye, in 

York. the diocese of Y^ork, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land 

and heir of Payn Tybetot, tenant in chief. By E. 

May 6. The like of Peter de Pulford to the church of Bradenache, in the 

York. diocese of Exeter, in the king's gift, by reason of the lands of Hugh 

Daudele, the younger, being in his hands. By p.s. 

May 6. General pardon to Stephen Alard of Wynclelse for all offences conunitied 

York. on land, or sea. By E. 

The like for the under-mentioned, viz. — 
Robert Alard of Wvnchelse. 
Robert Batayle of Wynchelse. 



108 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

May 5. 

York. 



May 7. 
York. 



May 7. 
York. 

May 5. 
York. 



May 9. 
York. 



May 10. 
York. 



May 12. 
York. 




Membrane 17 — cont, 

Orant, for life, to William de Aune, for his good service at Tykhull, 
when the castle was besieged by the king's enemies and rebels, in order 
that he may better maintain his estate as a knight, which the king has 
bestowed upon him, of the manor of Lee, co. Lincoln, with its hamlets and 
appurtenances, excepting a third part of two parts thereof, which manor 
was late of John de Trehampton, a rebel, and as an escheat came into the 
king's hands ; and of the reversion of the said third part, which is held by 
Philip de Nevill and Agnes his wife in dower, after the death of the said 
Agnes ; he is to hold the said manor as of the value of the 501. a year 
which the king lately granted him of his gift, and if the said manor and 
hamlets shall exceed that value by an extent to be made thereof, then 
the said William de Aune shall pay such excess at the Exchequer. By E. 

Commission to John de Donestable and John de Eyngeston to audit and 
receive in the king's name the accounts of bailiffs, reeves and other 
ministers and keepers of the lands, late of Hugh le Despenser, the elder, 
and of Hugh le Despenser, the younger, in England and Wales, and to 
grant acquittances and do other things that are required. By p.s. 

Presentation of William de Langeford, to the church of Buckeby in the 
diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of Thomas, 
earl of Lancaster, being in his hands. 

The like of Hugh Bouzi to the church of Couden, in the diocese of 
Rochester. By E. on the information of Roger de Waltham. 

Pardon to the prior and convent of St. Etheldreda's, Ely, for acquiring 
in mortmain without licence the following lands in Steucheworthe, viz. 
10 acres from Adam de Wesenham, 80 acres from James de Clepton, and 
1 acre from John le Tomour, also a messuage in Reche from Alan Algar, 
and another in the same place from Matthew de Bassyngbum, with restitu- 
tion of the same, as it appears by inquisition made by Master John 
Walewayn, escheator beyond Trent, that the lands and messuages are of 
the value of 245. a year ; the said prior and convent may hold the same in 
part satisfaction of a licence, 4 May, 2 Edward I, to acquire in mortmain 
land and rent to the value of 40Z. a year. 

Writ of aid for Richard de Rodeneye and Roger Beler, appointed to audit 
the accounts of all the sheriffs of the realm and other keepers of the lands 
and goods, late of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, and of other contrariants, 
since the same came into the king's hands, and have been in the custody 
of such sheriffs and keepers. By E. 

R. bishop-elect of Coventry and Lichfield, going beyond the seas, has 
letters nominating Stephen le Blount and John Lay of Peterborough, his 
attorneys for one year. 

Protection, with clause volumus, for one year for Fulk Lestraunge, going 
to Gascony on the king's service. 

Protection, with clause nolumns, for one year for John de Cherleton, 
mayor of the staple of wool and wool-fells. 

The like for the under-mentioned persons, viz. — 

JohS de LeybSSi. } ^^ ^' °° *^^ information of R. de Baldok. 

John de Triple. 



15 EDWARD II.— Pabt 2. 109 



1322. 



Membrane VJ-^^-conU 



Master Richard de Cestre, prebendary of Geveldale and Popelton 
in the church of St. Peter, York, and parson of the church of 
Gampeden. 

John Hakelut, parson of the first portion of the church of Byseleye. 

The abbot of Foumeys. 

Thomas de Stowe, parson of the church of Wetheringesete. 

John de Maners. 

Bichard Dobyn, parson of the church of Boterley. 



MEMBRANE 16. 

April 20. Protection, with clause nolumxis, for one year for Nicholas Arschyk, 
Bothwell. merchant, and his men, going with a ship to the southern parts of the 
realm to buy corn and victuals and to convey the same to York and the 
town of Newcastle upon Tyne, and other parts in the North ; he having 
found surety in the Chancery that he will not take such provisions else- 
where, and that he will not communicate with the Scots or the Flemings. 

The like for the following persons, viz. — 
Bobert de Beppes of Lenne, and John de Vilers. 
William Austyn of Catteworth. 
Peter de Chelwra of Houeden, and Thomas son of Qeo£frey de Barton. 

April 25. Peter Hemmyng of Waynflet. 

Bothwell. John Frere of Blakeneye. 

John de London of Barton upon Humber and William son of Adam. 

John de Haliwell. 

Henry de Crul of Barton upon Humbre. 

William de Ebor[aco] of Kyngeston. 

Geoffrey * off Whytyn ' of Barton, merchant. 

Thomas de Crull and William son of Matilda de Swynflet. 

Thomas de Yafford of Kyngeston upon Hull. 

April 28. Bobert Spark of Hunstanton, merchant. 

York. Michael Mynyot. 

Gregory de Fulham and Thomas de Havering. By K. 

Bobert de Musgrave of Newcastle upon Tyne. By K. 

William Litelbod and Alan his son, [burgesses of] Cantebrigg with 

their two ships, one called la Mujhel and the other le Peter, 
John de Sledemere, John de Goushull, William Scoule and Boger de 

Sutheryn. 
William [son of] Beatrice de Swynflet. 
Frankesius, burgess of Bavenserodde. 
John de Sledmere and John de Goushull. 
John son of Peter do Staynford, merchant. 
Walter White, burgess of Bavenesrod. 

May 4. Bichard de Ardern, citizen of London. 

York. Andrew de Bossale and John de Colne, citizens of York. 

Thomas de Waghen of Beverley and Adam Hardlef of Beverley. 
Walter le Skynner, merchant of Swynflet. 
Bobert Pycok of Carleton by Snavth. 
Walter le Steller of Pawelflet. 
Bobert Chaunterel of Thorn. 

Bichard de Ely and John Davayn^ merchants. 



110 CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Membrane 16 — cont. 



Henry Wynseleu, merchant of Blakeneye. 

John le Blount de Cantebrig of Lenne, merchant. 

Ralph de Burgoyne, merchant. 

William Ullyng and John de Ebor[aco] of Pawelflet. 

Peter Raven of Whytesleye, merchant. 

Robert Shout of Newcastle upon Tyne. By E. 

William Toral and William de Atton. By K. 

Robert Shaffeld of Boterwyk. By K. 

Robert de HaliweU. By K. 

Walter Helleward, Hugh le Tavemer and Robert de Upsale of 

Eyngeston upon Hull. 
Robert le Mouner of Barton upon Humbre. By E. 

Robert Crake of Belton. By E. 

WiUiam Crake of Belton. By E. 

Walter Helleward, Hugh le Tavemer and Robert de Upsale of 

Eyngeston. 
Oeoffirey de Fademore of Oomcestre. By E. 

William de Fulham, merchant. By E. 

Ralph de Grymmesby, \ 

Adiun de Drax, [ of Barton upon Humbre. 

Walter BeUe, f By E. 

John de Goushull, j By E. 

William de Ellerker of Waynflete. 

Thomas Murre of Barton upon Humbre. By E. 

Hugh de Ranewy of Ravenesere. 
William Wyffyn of Feryby, merchant. 
John de Ledes» merchant. 
Peter son of Robert de Holebech, merchant. 
Thomas Whytyn of Barton, merchant. 
Henry Yrewys of Selby. 
William de Feryby of Selby. 
Eustace Etelof. 

Nicholas Coupere of Hull, merchant. 
William de Friskeneye, merchant of Wayneflet. 

May 6. Robert de Crulle and William Shortnek. 

|Tork.] Thomas de Rednesse and Walter de Pontefracto, merchants. 

Robert Cokerel, burgess of the town of Bishop's Lenne. 

Simon de Tid of Lenne, merchant. 

Matthew de Chauncewyk and Henry de Wighton, merchants of 
Beverley. 

April 26. The dean and chapter of the church of Rouen, staying beyond the seas, 
Bothwell have letters nominating John de Valle and John de Sta^y their attorneys 
in England for two years. 

April 28. Ingelram de Gynes and Gristiana his wife, staying beyond the seas, have 
York. letters nominating John de Cauncefeld and Adam de Burton their attorneys 
in England for two years. 

The abbot of S6ez, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating 
Andrew de Seileyo, his fellow monk, and Peter de Bray his attorneys in 
England for one year. 

Protection with clause nolumm for one year for Peter de Askeme, parson 
of the church of Wylmursleye {sic). 

The like for Robert de Cliderhou, parson of the church of Wygan 
Underwode. 




16 EDWARD II.— Part 2. Ill 



1QOO Membrane 16 — cant, 

• 

April 28. The like for one year for Simon Hugot, Thomas Alanayn, Andrew Uugot 
Bothwell. and Bernard de Mokereuth of Picardy, king's merchants, bringing wines, 
armour and victuals in their ships from beyond the seas to the r^m for 
the maintenance of the king and his subjects in the North, they having 
found security in the Chancery that they will not take the same elsewhere 
or communicate with the Scots or Flemings. 

By mainprize of Richard Tolles of York and John Ameys. 

April 29. Pardon to Thomas de Alwarthorp of York, clerk, for acquiring for life 

York. without licence from Robert de Percy, who holds the manor of Wharrum 

Percy in chief, lOL of rent issuing therefrom, which rent was taken into 

the king's hands by Thomas de Burgo, king's clerk, escheator on this side 

Trent ; with restitution of the same. By fine of iOs. 

April 28. Gaillard de Duro Forti, prebendary of Wetewang in the church of 
York. St. Peter, York, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating William 
de Bello Podio and Raymond Pelegrini his attorneys for two years. 

May 1. Adam de Lymbergh, going beyond the seas on the king's service, has 

York. letters nominating William de Brockesle and William de Halton his 
attorneys for four years. By K. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for the said Adam. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

May 4. The like for Master Roger de Northburgh, clerk, bishop elect and con- 

York, firmed of Coventry and Lichfield, going beyond the seas on the king's 
service. By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

Safe conduct for the said bishop elect. By K. on the like information. 

May 8. All merchant vintners, native and alien, in the town of Boston and 

York. adjoining parts, are to give credence to Robert de Wodehous, king's clerk, 

whom the king has commanded to obtain wine from them for the Scotch 

expedition. By E. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

May 5. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Sutton, parson of the 

York. church of Baketon, and William de Culpho, parson of the church of 
Stotton, of the manor of Redham, co. Norfolk, to the abbot and convent of 
St. Benet, Hulme, for them to find a secular chaplain to celebrate divine 
service daily for the soul of John, bishop of Norwich, and to pay to cer- 
tain chaplains celebrating divine service daily in the said bishop's chapel 
of St. John at Norwich, 20 marks a year, and also to pay the maister and 
brethren of the hospital of St. Giles, Norwich, 2 marks, and to the convent 
of the said abbey and their successors for performing the anniversary of the 
said bishop, 2 marks a year. By E. 

May 7. Mandate to the barons and good men of the Cinque Ports to prepare 

York. ships and men at arms ready to set out, when called upon, against the 
Flemings and others, who are infesting the coast, plundering ships and 
preventing the conveyance of victuals, and who, as allies of the Scots, may 
attack the king from the rear when he is engaged in the Scotch expedition; 
the king has written to the count of Flanders upon this subject. [Fadera,] 

ByK. 

May 7. Writ of aid for John de Gryndenham, appointed to arrest John de 

York, Kynges [ton], knight, a rebel. By E. 

May 8. The like for one year for John Mewe, king's serjeant, whom the king 

York. ig sending to provide carriage for divers purveyances belonging to the 

Great Wardrobe. By E. 



112 CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Membrane 16 — cont. 



Presentation of Thomas de Knolle to the church of Ponndestok, in the 
diocese of Exeter, in the king's gift by reason of the lands and tenements 
of Oto de Bodrugan being in his hands. 

May 4. Writ of aid for William Aylmer, appointed to keep and survey the 

York. wainage and stock of the manors of Teukesbury, Asshechur[ch] , Stoke, 
Thornbury, Sobbury, Oxendon, Leykhampton and Elkeston, co. Gloucester, 
Shepton and Bureford, co. Oxford, and Hanlegh, Besselegh, Sevemestok, 
and Birlingham, and the chace of Malverne, co. Worcester, and to make 
arrangements therein for the king's advantage. By E. 

May 10. Adam de Napton, merchant, staying in England, has letters nominating 
York. Roger de Kenleye, his attorney in Ireland for two years. 

May 9. Appointment during pleasure of W. bi^op of Exeter to the office of 

York. treasurer of the Exchequer. By K. 

Mandate to Walter de Norwico, keeper of the said office, to deliver to 
him the keys, rolls, memoranda and other things pertaining thereto. 

May 14. Signification to H. bishop of Hereford of the royal assent to the election 

York. of Hugh de Hereford, a canon of Chirbury, to be prior of that house. By K. 

May 11. Pardon to Alan de Neuton for acquiring in fee, without licence, a 

York. messuage and 9 acres of land in Hoton, co. Cumberland, from Thomas de 

Docwra, who held the same in chief. By fine of 1 mark. 

Writ of aid for Matthew Broun, appointed to arrest John Pedwardyn, the 
younger. By K. 



MEMBRANE 16. 

May 10. Release to Oliver de Burdegala, king's yoeman, of what is exacted from 

York. ijim ^Jy summons of the Exchequer for the lands he holds for life by grant 

of the king in the town of Old Wyndesore ; and grant that he henceforth 

hold the same quit of any rent. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer. 

Vacated because surrendered and catKelled and otherwise below. 

May 14, Presentation of Thomas de Hothum to the church of Broghton Asteleye, 

York. in the diocese of Ely, void by the resignation of John Travers, the last 

rector, and in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of 

Giles de Asteleye. By K. 

Confirmation of a grant in fee, by Godfrey, late abbot of Peterborough, 
and the convent thereof to John Lovel of Dodisthorp of a messuage with 
buildings thereon and 8 acres of land in Peterborough, and the hamlet of 
Dodisthorp, subject at a rent of 4^;. payable to the said abbot and convent. 

By fine of ^ mark. Northampton. 

May 16. Presentation of Richard de Wenlok to the church of Pychford, in the 
York. diocese of Coventry and Lichfield. 

John de Sancto Amando, staying in England, has letters nominating 
John de Hildesleye his attorney in Ireland for two years. 

May 15, Release to R. de Northburgh, bishop elect and confirmed of Coventry 

York. and Lichfield, of the serv'ice of two knights' fees, which he is bound to do 
in the army summoned against the Scots this summer. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 




15 EDWARD II.— Pabt 2. 118 



Membrane 15 — cont. 



1322. 

May 18. Pardon to Robert de Stangrave for acquiring for life without licence 101. 

York. of rent in Sabrightworth from Geoffrey de Say, who held the said rent in 

chief ; with restitution thereof. By fine of 50«. 

May 19. Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Leyburn, knight, as admiral 

York. of the fleet of ships from divers parts of the realm and from Ireland and 

Wales which are in the western sea about to go against the Scots ; with 

power to pimish all mariners and others thereof. By K. 

Writ de intendendo for the said Robert directed to the masters, mariners 

and others thereof. 

May 18. Grant to Robert de Westwyk, chaplain, of the chapel of Neusum upon 

York. Tees (Thesam), void and in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 

land and heir of Guy de Bello Campo, late earl of Warwick, tenant in chief. 

May 20. Appointment, during pleasure, of Walter de Wogan to hold pleas 

York. following the justiciary in Ireland ; with the usual fee. 

Mandate to Roger de Birthorp to deliver to the said Walter that office 
with all things pertaining to it. 

May 18. Appointment of Robert de Cotegrave to be chamberlain of the Exchequer 

York. of Dublin, with the usual fee. 

May 20. Writ of aid for John de Dovre and John la Batayle, appointed to 

York. inquire by oath of good men of the county of Essex, with the advice of 

Stephen de Bassyngbourn touching the persons who removed the horses, 

harness, armour and other goods of William Touchet, late a rebel in that 

county. By K. 

May 19. Grant, as a further favour, to Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, to 

York. whom and Mary his wife the king had lately granted the manor of 
Hegham Ferers, co. Northampton, and the castle and manor of Thorp- 
watervill with the hamlets of Achirche and Aldewyncle, which lately came 
into the king's hands, of all goods in the said castle and manors to hold of 
his gift. By p.s. 

May 20. Grant for two years to the burgesses of Newcastle under Lyme of pavage. 

York. By pet. of C. 

Presentation of Richard de Heslarton to the church of Merkefeld, in the 
diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the lands and tenements, 
late of Robert de Holand, being in his hands. 

The like of Thomas de Sibethorp to the church of Heton, in the diocese 
of York, in the king's gift by reason of the lands and tenements, late of 
John de Nevill, being in his hands. 

The like of Thomas de Barneby to the church of Shenle in the diocese 
of Lincoln. 

May 20. The grant of one foot soldier from the townships made by the prelates, 

York. earls, barons and commonalty of the realm in the Parliament at York last 

Easter shall not be to their prejudice or drawn into a precedent. [Pari, 

Writs.] By K. 

May 17. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 

York. St. Mary's, Westderham, by John de Totyngton, chaplain, of 4 acres of land 

in Scothorp, of the value of VZd. a year, as appears by inquisition made by 
Thomas de Burgo, king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, in part satis- 
faction of a licence granted to them at the request of Aymer de Valencia, 
earl of Pembroke, to acquire lands and rents to the value of 10 marks a year. 

24962 H 



114 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



May 12. 

York. 



May 18. 
York. 



Membrane 15 — cont. 

Protection and safe conduct for two years for William de Donecastre, 
Benedict de Staundon, William le Clerk, Richard Russel, Roger le Blount, 
Alan de Smethton, Thomas le Taverner and Roger le Harper, citizens and 
merchants of the city of Chester, and their men, going to divers parts of 
the king's realm and power to buy corn, wine, victuals and merchandise, 
and to bring the same to Chester for the maintenance thereof. 

By pet. of Parliament. 

Grant to the mayors, bailiffs, and good men of the town of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne, in extension of their former grant of murage for seven years 
from Mkhaekn^is, 10 Edward II, of the like for three years more, to be 
collected by the hands of Peter Graper of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Robert de 
Angerton, Walram de Lumleye and William de Acton, their fellow- 
burgesses. By E. 

Robert de Welles and Matilda his wife, staying in England, have letters 
nominating John de Tunstal, clerk, and Elias de Assheburne, their attorneys 
in Ireland for two years. 

Protection until the Purification for Walter atte Lane, master 'of a ship 
called la Gayne, one of two ships furnished with fencible men and victuals, 
the other being called la Trinite, which the men of Weyxnuth are sending 
on the King's service to Ireland to proceed thence with the king's fleet 
against the Scots. By C. 

The like for Lawrence Ragge, meister of the other ship called la Trinite, 



May 1. 
York. 




See Schedule for the church of Durgarvan. 

Membrane 14. — Schedule. 

Revocation, after recital of the grant [11 Edward II, Part II, Cal. Pat, 
Rolls, p, 18], and considerations for making the same, of the advowson of 
the church of Durgarvan in Decies (in Decia) to the archbishop of Cashel 
with licence to appropriate the said church, of the said grant, as the king 
considers that he has been deceived and that such grant was obtained from 
him by fraud and is contrary to certain ordinances made in the realm and 
approved of by him. By K. and C. 

Mandate to the justiciary and the chancellor of Ireland to resume the 
advowson of the said church, and keep it in safe custody ; they are to 
reduce to the former state whatever has been done in consequence of the 
said grant and are not to permit anything to be attempted contrary to the 
said revocation. By K. and C. 

The like to the treasurer of Ireland and the barons of the Exchequer of 
Dublin, as far as concerns them. 

The like to the bishop of Lismore to revoke and annul all things done by 
him by virtue of such grant ; he is to permit Master Richard de Clare, 
king's clerk, who held the said church before the above grant, to enjoy the 
same in peace ; and he is not to permit anything to be attempted contrary 
to the present letters. By K. and C. 



The like to William, archbishop of Cashel. 



By K. and C, 



16 EDWARD II-— Paht 2. 115 



jQOo MEMBRANE 14. 

May 2« hupeximu^ and exemplification of the record and process of a judgment 

York. rendered in the presence of the king and others upon Thomas, latQ earl of 
Lancaster, and other rebels, with a recital of their offences. [Fmlera.] 

May 6. General pardon to : — 

York. Peter Curteys. By K. 

The like for the undermentioned, viz, — 
Robert Paulyn. 

May 18. William Edward. 

York. William de Lewes, ' pestour.' 

John Knobet. 
Richard son of John de Boys. 

May 18. Ratification of a grant by Thomas, sometime earl of Lancaster, to the 

York. Friars Preachers of Leicester of those plots which they have of the gift of 
Peter Penifot, Richard Fode, Robert de Dalby, William de Morton, and 
Isabella de Wylughby in the town of Leicester, adjoining their area ; and 
also of a licence granted to them by the said earl to enclose a void place 
under the garden and churchyard of the said Friars. By E. 

May 7. Mandate to William de Bello Campo, keeper of the castles of Drosselan 

York. and Dynnevoir and of the land of Cantredemaur with the issues thereof since 
they came into the king's hands, to restore the same to Hugh le Despenser, 
the younger, as the present Parliament held at York, has annulled as 
erroneous the record and process of the judgement of the Parliament of 
last Midsummer's Day held at Westminster against the said Hugh. 

By K. and C. 

The like to John de Boneton to restore to the said Hugh his lands in 
the counties of Essex, Suffolk and Cambridge. By E. and C. 

May 14. Pardon, at the instance of Master Gilbert de Middelton, king's clerk, 

York. archdeacon of Northampton, to William de Eeynes of Faldho, an adherent 

of Thomas, sometime carl of Lancaster, and Humphrey, sometime earl of 

Hereford. By p.s. 

May 16. William le Moyne, going in pilgrimage to Santiago, has letters 

York. nominating Matthew de Crauthorn and Henry de Lappeflode his attorneys 
in England for one year. 

May 20. Presentation of Elias de Joneston to the church of Walwersshare in the 

York. diocese of Canterbury, in the king's gift by reason of the lands and tene- 
ments late of John Malemeyns of Walwersshare being in his hands. By E. 

May 18. ^^^ ^^^ of William de Stortford, chaplain, to the church of Strathale in 

York. the diocese of London. 

May 10. Release to Oliver de Burdegala, king's yeoman, of what is exacted from 

York. him by summons of the Exchequer for the town of Old Wyndesore, which 

he holds of the grant of the king ; grant also that he may hold the same 

for his life quit of any rent. By p.s* 



MEMBRANE 13. 

May 7. Protection with clause iwlumus for Walter Smyth of Bronnham, merchant, 

York. coming south with ships to buy and convey corn and victuals to York and 

Newcastle upon Tyne and other northern parts of the realm, he having 

found security in the Chancery that he will not take the same elsewhere, 

or communicate with the Scots, or Flemings. By E. 



116 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322 



June 9. 
Haddlesej. 



Membrane 13 — cont. 

The like for the under-mentioned persona, viz. — 
Alan do Balne, burgess of Grimmesby. 
Richard son of Robert de Waynflet, merchant. 
Alexander de Enemeth of Jakisle and Laurence Godechilde. 



Richard Daketon 
William Thoraud 
William Daketon 
William de Stabham 
Robert de Chilyngton 

Robert de Haliwell 

Robert Cook (Cocus) 

Thomas son of Ralph Thoraud 

Hugh de Hetham 

John Wodeman 

Thomas de Frismarais 
Adam de Galeway 
William de Borneton 
Waleran de Lomley 
William de Cougate 

Nicholas Dellirker 
John Dellirker 
Laurence de Dunolmia 
John Shapakape 
Thomas de Duxfeld 

Thomas Hanky 
John Brettevill 
Hugh Haukyn 
William Emme 
John Peye 

William de Basyngwerk 
Madoc de Capinhurst 
William de Capinhurst 

John Skir of Barton. 
John Baker, the younger. 
Bartholomew Godmere of Oxebrugge. 
Thomas de Rougham. 

Geoffrey de Gretheston, with a ship. 

Roger Hemery of Boston. 
William le Lavender of Pyncebek. 
Geoffirey de Gertheston, merchant. 

William de Holmeton 

Simon atte Lee 

William de Tanstall of Raveneserodd, 



of Newcastle upon Tyne, 
merchants. 



of Newcastle upon Tyne. 



of Newcastle upon Tyne. 



of Newcastle upon Tyne. 



of Newcastle upon Tyne. 



merchants, of Chester. 



ByK. 



merchants. 



merchants with ships. 



Gilbert son of Amicia de Salflethayen 
Ralph de Bur of Salflethaven 
Henry de Wyghton 

John son of William de Torkeseye, the younger, with ships. 
William de Straham, burgess of Newcastle upon Tyne. 



16 EDWARD n.— Part 2. 117 



Membrane 18 — emit. 



1322. 

May 10. Gilbert le Girdeler ^ ^ xt i ,. x 

York. John de Kelm [ ^^ Neuwerk, merchants. 

Andrew Boues I iu v.- 

Reyner Garlop of Gomcestre I ^^**^ ®^^P^- 

Richard son of William deBoseberd-] 

kirk (sic) r with ships. 

Boniface his brother i 

Walter del Ker and Martin le Bakester of Boston, with ships. 

Richard de Ely f i. x ii, u- 

JohnDavayn ) merchants with ships. 

John Lund of Ellerker, with a ship. 

Hugh Bacon, citizen and merchant of Lincoln, with ships. 

William de Herdeby ) . t • i xi u- 

William de Humberston, the elder } ^'^ ^'°<=°1"' ^''^ «^P^- 

John de Kidale, the elder ) ., , . 

John de Wotton, the elder, of Barton} ^^^ ^^^P^' 

Stephen de Bercote, with ships. 

Thomas Elys of Jememuth ) xv. v.- 
Richard and William, his sons f ^^^*^ ®^^P^' 

Thomas Dallyng of Bishop's Lenne, with ships. 
Ralph de Cotes, with ships. 
Stephen Aleyn, citizen of London, with ships. 
Geoffrey de Betele and Alan Sprillyng, with ships. 
Hugh Bacim of Lenne, merchant, with ships. 

John son of Hugh de Cotes of 

Ravenesrod 
John de Neuhagh 
Richard Kelyng 

Robert de Drax, citizen and merchant of Lincoln. 

May 16. Walter le Smith. 

York. John de Pountefreuit, merchant. 

William Chauntirel, of Devon. 
Simon Baret of Hecheham, and William his son. 

May 18. John de Fordham, with ships. By K. 

York. Robert de Scoulton and Ranulph de Kyme, of Lincoln. 

Walter de Cakehou and John de Kelyng. 

May 20. William de Asshele of Bishop's Lenne, merchant. 

York. John son of Hugh de Cotes of Ravenescrodd, John de Neuhagh and 

Richard Kelyng, merchants, with ships. 

John de Novo Castro and Hugh le Tyghelere, of Lincoln, with ships. 
Alan de Lyk, of Cantebrigg. 



merchants. 



Alan Sperlyng 

Benedict of Sancto Edmundo 

John de Thorney 



merchants of Lenne. 



118 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



June 8. 
Kothwell, 

May 8. 
York. 



May 16. 

York. 



May 28. 

Haverah 
{Haywra.) 



May 6. 

York. 

May 4. 

York. 



May 10. 

York. 



May 11. 

York. 



May 12. 
York. 



Membrane 18 — catit, 

Richard son of Richard de Idel, merchant. 
Walter de Bahne of Grimesby. 

Roger * of the Garth * of Ellerker. 
Adam Wyot of St. Ives, with a ship. 

Protection for Godekin de Revel, the elder, merchant of Almain, who is 
conveying victuals and other wares in his ships from parts beyond the seas 
to the realm for the sustenance of the king and his lieges in the North* and 
of those coming to the North, the said Godekin having found security in 
the Chancery that he will not convey his goods elsewhere, or communicate 
with the king's enemies and rebels ; nothing is to be taken of his goods 
against his will for the king's use. Provided always that he shall answer 
for his trespasses, if any, against the Staple of Wools. 

By mainprize of John de Stykeneye and Roger de la Gotere. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert Martyn of Brystoll to the 
custody of the smaller piece of the seal for the recognisance of debts in that 
town. 

Presentation of Edmund de Grymesby to a moiety of the church of St. 
Cross, Estirkele, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of 
the lands of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, being by forfeiture in his hands. 

Elias de Assheburn, going to Ireland, has letters nominating John de 
Ellerker, the younger, and John de Helpeston his attorneys for two years. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one [year] for William de Ayremynne, 
clerk, for himself and his tenants of Wilughby. 

Writ of aid for William Horssho, appointed to keep and survey the 
wainage and stock of the manors of Merlawe, Brystlesham, Hamelden, and 
Caversham, and to order them as best for the king's profit. By E. 

The like for John de Donestable and William Aylmer as to the manors of 
Teukesbury, Asshechurche, Stoke, Thombury, Solbury, Oxendon, Leik- 
hampton, Elkeston, Shopton, and Bureford in the county of Gloucester, 
and the manors of Hanglegh, Besselegh, Severnestok, Birlyngham, and the 
chace of Malverne. 

Presentation of William de Langeford to the church of Buckeby, in the 
diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Thomas, earl 
of Lancaster, being in his hands by forfeiture. By K. 

The like of Thomas de Kersebrok to the church of Little Laufare in the 
diocese of London, void by the resignation of John de Apirdele, the last 
rector. 

R. bishop elect of Coventry and Lichfield, going beyond the seas, has 
letters nominating Stephen le Blount and John Lay of Peterborough his 
attorneys for one year. 

Presentation of John Richard to the church of Penbehir in the diocese of 
St. Davids. 

The like of Hugh son of Griffin to the church of Nerbert in the diocese 
St. Davids, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Roger de Mortuo 
Mari of Chirk being in his hands. 

Pardon to John de Bliton of Lincoln for acquiring in fee without licence 
66 acres of land and 12 acres of meadow in Canewyk, co. Lincoln, from 
Elias Martel of Canewyk, who held the same in chief. By fine of 20«. 



15 EDWABD n.— Part 2. 119 



Membrane 13 — emit. 



1322. 

May 11. Confirmation of a quitclaim made by Roger de Moubray, sometime lord 

York. of Boulton in Allerdall, to Alexander de Bastenthwayt and Agnes his wife, 

and the heirs of the body of the said Alexander of the whole soil of his 

waste of Bastenthwayt with the wood thereof, and all other profits issuing 

from the said soil, waste and wood. By fine of 1 mark. 

Pardon to Richard de Hoton in Foresta for acquiring in fee without 
licence a messuage, 27 acres of land and 8 acres of meadow in Hoton in the 
Forest, co. Cumberland, from Thomas de Hoton in Foresta, who held the 
same in chief. By fine of 2 marks, Cumberland. 

May 13. Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert Bataill, a baron of the Cinque 

York. Ports, as captain and admiral of the ships of the Cinque Ports about to go 

against the Scots ; with power to punish all mariners and others of the said 

fleet. By K. 

Writ de intendendo directed to all masters, mariners and others thereof. 

ByK. 

May 8. Assignment to the dean and chapter of the church of Lichfield of the 

York. farm of the following towns, extended at the following yearly amounts, 
Shrewsbury 80/., Notyngham with the old farm and increment 611. 8». id,y 
Oxford 40Z., and Bruges 6/. 8». id,, to hold until they shall have received 
satisfaction of the amount, 904 marks, which sum Walter de Langeton, late 
bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, bequeathed in aid of the fabric of the 
chapel of St. Mary in the church of Lichfield, and which he wished to 
remain in their custody for that purpose to be administered by the executors 
of the bishop and by view and ordinance of the said dean and chapter ; the 
latter having lent that money to the king for the expedition of the Scotch 
war. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the bailiffs and good men of the several towns 
above-mentioned. 

May 18. Appointment during pleasure of John Perbrun, burgess of Great 

York. Yarmouth, as captain and admiral of the fleet of ships from the mouth of 

the Thames towards the north, about to go against the Scots ; with power 

to punish all mariners thereof. By K. 

Writ de intendendo directed to all masters and mariners thereof. By K. 

May 17. Nicholas, abbot of Albemarle, going beyond the seas, has letters 

York. nominating Thomas le Taverner of Ravenserod and Roger son of Stephen 
de Skeftlyng his attorneys in England for four years. 

May 18. Mandate to Roaldus de Richemund, to whom the king had granted the 

York. custody of the castle of Horstone, notwithstanding a previous grant of such 

custody to Robert de Malo Lacu, to deliver the castle with all its issues 

received from the date of its committal to him to the said Robert de Malo 

Lacu to keep according to the form of the former commission. By E. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the prior of Durham. 

The like for the undermentioned, viz. — 
Thomas de Collom, parson of the church of Wollavyngton. 
Master John de Staunton, parson of the church of Herlawe. 
William de Drax, parson of the church of Lamheth. 
The prior of Ely. 
The abbot of Croyland. 
The prior of Leuesham. 
The abbot of Cokersand. 
John de Stokes, parson of the church of Wynewyk. 



120 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322, 



Membrane 13 — cont. 



Richard de LusteshuU, parson of the church of Elyngdon. 

John Martyn, clerk. 

Walter Hakelute, parson of the church of Lanpeder. 

The prior of Montacute. 

John de Bousser, going on the king's business to Wales. 

John de Bishton, parson of the church of Adel. 

May 18. The prior of Newenham. 

York. The prior of Lekeburn. 

The prior of Stoke by Clare. 
The prior of Penewortham. 
The abbot of Kirkestal. 
Alice de Normanton of Lincoln. 

Walter de Belgrave, vicar of the church of Kirketon. 
Richard de Emeldon. 

May 20. Richard de Bello, parson of the church of Norton. 

York. William Memmyng, parson of the church of Frumpton. 

The prior of Birstall. 
The abbot of Vale Royal. 
Richard de Ardern of London, clerk. 
The abbot of Langedon. 
The abbot of St. Albans. 
Gerard son of Gerard de Braybrok. 
Robert de Shirebum. 

John Chaynel, parson of two parts of the church of Ripenhale. 
Master Gilbert de Middelton, prebendary of Horton in the church of 

St. Mary, Salisbury. 
Elia [blank] . 

Isolda, late the wife of William Inge. 
John de Thoresby, parson of the church of Bramwyth. 
Master William de Melbourn, parson of the church of Melford. 
The abbot of Hepp. 
Richard de Belhous. 
Nicholas de Holden. 

May 20. Robert de Marchumleye, parson of the church of Great Billyng. 

York. The same Robert. 

The prior of Durham. 
The abbot of Cherteseye. 

MEMBRANE 12. 

May 19. Grant for life to John de Somery of the manor of Amelcote, co. Stafford, 

York. late of James de Stafford, a rebel, in the king's hands by forfeiture. By p.s. 

May 20. Power, during pleasure, for Robert de Ley burn, knight, whom the king 

York. had appointed captain and admiral of the fleet of many ships from divers 

parts of the realm and from Ireland and Wales going on the Western Sea 

on the king's service against the Scots, to receive into the king's will all 

those of Scotland and of the adjacent islands, who are at war against him 

and wish to come unto his pleasure. [Fcedera,] By K. 

Writ of aid for him as admiral and captain directed to all bailiffs and others. 

Writ de intcndcmlo for him directed to the undermentioned, viz. — 

John de Bermyngham, earl of Loueth, justiciary 

of Ireland. 
Master Walter de Islep, treasurer of Ireland. 



These were close. 

[Fadera.] 




16 EDWAED n.— Part 2. 121 



1322. 



Membrane 12 — eont. 



Mandate to John de Athj, late captain and admiral of the fleet on the 
Western Sea, to deliver to the said Robert all the ships, barges and other 
things in his custody, by reason of that office, for the further expedition of 
the business ; this being observed that the ships, if any, ordained for the 
custody of the castle of Crakfergus, he is if he has need of them to retain 
for the custody thereof. 

Writ of aid for him directed to Richard de Preston and William his 
brother, of Droxhda {sic). 

The like to the mayor and good men of the town of Dublin. 

The like to the mayor and good men of the town of Droghda. [Fccdera,] 

The said Robert de Leybourn is to appoint in all lands in Scotland and 
the adjoining islands, which he shall occupy in the king's name, bailiffs 
and ministers for the custody of the same, who are to answer to the 
king for the issues thereof. By K. 

May 14. Pardon, at the instance of Master Gilbert de Middelton, king's clerk, 

York. archdeacon of Northampton, to William de Keynes of Faldho, as an 

adherent of Thomas and Humphrey sometime earls of Lancaster and 

Hereford ; with restitution of his lands taken into the king's hands on that 

account, saving the right of any other. By p.s* 

May 20. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Walter de Stapeldon, bishop 

York. of Exeter, to the rector and scholars of the house of Stapeldon, Oxford, of 
the advowson of the church of Westwvthenham, which according to the 
taxation of the tenth is taxed at 25 marks a year, in part satisfaction of a 
licence to acquire the advowson of one church of the value of 40 marks a 
year, accordiing to the taxation of the tenth then current, or of two 
churches of the same value r licence also for them to appropriate the church. 

May 20. Grant to the aldermen and citizens of the city of London, as a further 

York. favour, the king having, 21 May, 14 Edward II, replevied to them the 
office of the mayoralty until the quinzaine of Michaelmas following, which 
office had been for certain causes taken into the king's hand before the 
justices in eyre at the Tower of London, and of the further extension of 
the said replevin until the present date, of the replevin of the said office 
during pleasure ; they may select a fit citizen to be mayor and present him 
to the king at the Exchequer in the usual way. Bj E. and pet. of C. 

Confirmation of a grant by Robert de Cantokesheved to Walter de 
Stapeldon, bishop of Exeter, and his successors, of 2 carucates of land, 40 
acres of meadow, 40 acres of wood, and 75. 8(i. of rent, in Poukeheth, viz. 
all those messuages, lands, &c, which Gregory de Welyngton held in the 
parish of Yartecombe. 

May 15. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prioress and convent of 

York. Wykham by John de Wykham of 2 tofts, and 8 bovates and 4 acres of land 

in Roston, Aton and Irton to find two chaplains to celebrate divine service 

daily in the newly built chapel of St. Mary the Virgin and St. Helen, 

Wikham, for the souls of the said John and all the faithful departed. 

May 18. Master John de Depyng, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating 
York. John de Northburgh and John de Burgo, his attorneys in England for three 
years. 

The like for the following going beyond the seas : — 

Master Roger de Northburgh, nominating the same persons his 

attorneys as above. 
Meister Roger de Nassington, nominating the same persons his 

attorneys in England as above. 



122 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

May 20. 
York. 



June 11. 
Haddlesej. 

May 18. 
York. 



May 20. 
York. 



May 20. 

York. 



May 18. 

York. 



May 27. 

Haverah. 



Membrane 12 — cant. 
Protection with clause nolumwi for one year for the abbot of St. Agatha*s. 

The like for the undermentioned, viz. — 

Henry de Merton, parson of the church of Weston by Beccles. 

Thomas de Cok of Upton. 

Master Robert de Pynchebek, prebendary of South Neubald. 

Robert de Sane to Albano, parson of the church of Magna Boudon. 

Joan, late the wife of John Chicche of Canterbury. 

Ebulo Lestraunge. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert Baldok. 

Philip de Davyntre, parson of the church of Waldeneuton. 

Licence at the request of Ralph de Middelneye, whom the king had lately 
pardoned for acquiring without licence for his life the bailiwick of 
Westperet from William de Monte Acuto, deceased, who held it in chief by 
serjeanty, subject to rendering to the said William and his heird 20 marks 
a year, to the said Ralph, as he is so occupied with the business of his lords 
that he is unable to attend personally to the custody of that bailiwick, that 
he may demise that bailiwick for his life to whdhisoever he will, subject to 
the above-mentioned rent. 

Presentation of Thomas de Brayton to the church of Pundestok in the 
diocese of Exeter, in the king's gift by reason of the lands and tenements 
of Otto de Botrigan being in his hands. 

Vacated because surrendered. 

Protection for one year for William Marche of Stanhowe, Alexander de 
Berewyk, chaplain, and Robert Everard of Walpol, prosecuting for the king 
before Walter de Norwyco and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer 
touching the trespasses and concealments committed by the sub-collectors 
of the eighteenth, lately granted by the conuBonalty of the realm, in the 
towns of Walpol, Westwalton, Walsokne, Tylneye, Tyryngton and Wygen- 
hale, CO. Norfolk. 

Pardon to Peter le Munk of his outlawry, and to Margery his wife of her 
waiver for not appearing in court before the king, when impleaded by 
Florence, late the wife of John le Munk, for a trespass, to satisfy the king 
of that which pertains to him for such trespass, provided they surrender at 
the prison of the Marshalsea, and make such satisfaction. 

Mandate for two years to all sheriffs and bailiffs, on complaint by the 
master and brethren of the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr by Estbrugge 
in the city of Canterbury, to arrest all persons pretending to be proctors of 
that house, who ask and receive money, beasts, legacies, and other goods 
in the name of that house and convert the same to their own uses, and to 
deliver the goods found in the possession of such persons to the proctors of 
the hospital ; they are to pay no regard to letters of recommendation or 
admission to collect such alms which are without lawful witnesses. 

Surrender to John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, of the castle of Holt 
{Castrum Leonis) and all the lands of Bromfeld and Yale in Wales, which 
Thomas, sometime earl of Lancaster, held for life of the demise of the said 
earl of Surrey, which castle and lands are with all other lands of the 
earl of Lancaster, on account of his rebellion, in the king*s hands. By p.s. 

Mandate to Oliver de Ingham, keeper of the said castle and lands to 
deliver them to the earl of Surrey. 

The like to Griffin ap Rees and Giles de Bello Campo. 



16 EDWARD n.— Part 2. 



128 



1322. 

May 27. 
Haverah. 



May 26. 
Haverah. 



May 28. 
Haverah. 



May 1. 
Kothwell. 

May 28. 
Haverah. 



Membrane 12 — cont. 

Presentation of Robert de Hemmyngburgh to the church of Wynfred 
Neburgh in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the 
lands of Robert de Neburgh being in his hands. 

Licence, at the request of Thomas Sprenghuse, king's clerk, for the abbot 
and convent of Cirencestre to appropriate in mortmain a moiety of the 
church of Hakebum in the diocese of Salisbury, which is of their own 
advowson, although it appears by inquisition ad quod damnum made by 
Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent that the king 
will lose the presentation to the same during times of voidance of the 
abbey. By p.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John Alwyne of Enyghteton 
of a rood of land and pasture for 5 oxen, 8 cows and 51 sheep in 
Knyghteton to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of 
All Saints, Knyghteton, during the life of the said John, and after his 
death in the church of Chalk for the souls of the said John, his ancestors 
and successors, and all the faithful departed. By fine of j mark. 

Signification to R. bishop of Salisbury of the royal assent to the election 
of John de Canynges, prior of Abendon, to be abbot of that house. By p.s. 

Grant to Thomas de Mountpeliers, king's clerk, of the prebend of Lusk 
in the church of St. Patrick, Dublin, in the king's gift by reason of the late 
voidance of the archbishopric of Dublin. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to A. archbishop of Dublin. 



MEMBRASE 11. 

May 16. Commission to Henry de Chambernon and Reginald de Botereaux, in 

York. pursuance of the grant made in the Parliament at York in three weeks of 
Easter of one footman from every town, to select in the county of 
Cornwall suitable men, and in such towns where a suitable man cannot be 
found, to select one elsewhere, to take measures for their arming and 
to conduct them to Newcastle by the eve of St. James to serve the king for 
forty days at the expense of the said townships. The said Reginald is to 
be their leader. [Pari, Writs,] By K, 



The like commission to the following, viz :- 
TV ^ (Martin de Fisshacre 

^^^^^ iRobert Beudyn 



> Martin, leader. 






Somerset 



Dorset 



Wilts 



I John de Erleye 
(John de Clivedon 

j John le Latymer 
I John Peverel 

(John le Rous 



I John de Clivedon, leader. 
I John Peverel, leader. 



(John le Rous hValter leader 

(Walter de Paveli, the younger P' 



o xu I \ James de Norton 
Southampton j ^.^^^^^ ^^ g^^^^^^^ 



Norfolk 



(Robert Baynard 
John Haward 
(jeoffrey Wyth 
John de Fitton 



I Richard, leader. 



Robert and John,leader8* 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



Suffolk 

Surrey 

Sussex 

Kent 

Essei 

Uertfoid 

Cambridge 

Huntingdon 

Buckingham 

Bedford 

Rutland 

Middlesex 

Oxford 



Mtmbrane 11 — cont. 



i Edmund de Hemmegrava 
t John de Whelnetham 



\ Peter son of Reginald 
) John de Ifeld 

(John Sauvage 

} Thomas de Sandwyco 

J Thomas Gobyon 

I Simon de Kynardeaeye 

IQeo&ey de Stokes 
Walter de NeviU 
John de la Haye 

I John de Lymbiry 
{ John de Hinton 

I William le Moigne 
( John de Swyaelord 

I Ralph de Wedon 
) Robert Malet 

(John Morice 

I Ralph BOQ of Richard 

I John Hakelut 
) William le Blunt 

i Roger de Brok 
t W^ter Crepyn 

i Thomas de Gaye 
Robert fiz Ells 

T*=.iro (Robert de Morby 

^''"^ lEeginald Je Pavely 

(John de Wyloghby 
Northampton i Ralph Bagod 

t John de Sutton 

n, - , I William de Lnoy 

Warwick ^^^^^ ^^ Aylesbury 

... I Hugh de Frestwald 

Leicester (g^^^ j,^„„ 

~, , i William de Wauton 

Gloucester ] william Tracy 



WilUam Corbet 
Clement de Dunclent 



John, leader. 
Walter, leader. 
Peter, leader. 
John, leader. 
Thomas, leader. 



Geoffrey and Walter, 
leaders. 



John Hinton, leader. 
William, leader. 
Robert, leader. 
John, leader. 
John, leader. 



Roger, leader. 

I bothleoders and changed 

L ou the information of 
J William deClif'. 

[Reginald, leader. 

(Ralph and John de 
SnttoQ, leaders. 



j-R&lph, leader. 

{ W.Tracy, leader. 

William, leader. After- 
wards Henry de Rib- 
besford was appointed 
in his place, as appears 
below. 



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125 



1322. 



Hereford 



Salop 



Stafford 



Nottingham 



Derby 



Membrane 11 — conU 

(Roger de Chaundos 
(Richard de Baskervill 

(Roger Corbet of Tassele 
(Walter Haket 

( Ralph de Grendon 
(Thomas de Haglghton 

(John Darcy, the nephew 
(Thomas de Novo Mercato 

(William Rosel 
(Walter deWaldeshef 



Roger, leader/ 



Walter, leader. 



Ralph, leader. 



John, leader. 



William, leader. 



Lincoln 



Lindese 

Eesteven 

Holand 



(William de Dysny ) , i. i j 

i John Darcy. the Irncle t ^°^' ^^^^- 

\ both leaders. 

(Alexander de Monte Fortil ^ ., , j 
Alan de Moulton t^^^ ^^®^^- 



( William Wasteneys 
(William de Baiocis 



'East Riding 



York 



i 



(3ohh de Sutton 
Robert le Conestable 
Fleynburgh 

West Ridine \ Edmund Wasteneys 
^ I William de Beeston 

[North Riding jfetrJdrSa"" 



of I John, leader. 

1 Edmund, leader. 
I Robej?t, leader. 



Lancaster 



( Edmund de Nevill 
(Thomas de Lathum 

w««4.vv./x*^u«^ (Walter de Stirkland 
Westmoreland I j^j^^ de Lancastre 

n v. ^ ji \ Robert de Bampton 
Cumberland ) ^^^-^^ ^^ p^^^„ 

Northumber- j John de Fenewyk 

land ( Gilbert de Burghdon 



I Edmund, leader. 
[John, leader. 
(Richard, leader. 
[John, leader. 



Afterwards the following persons were appointed in the following 
wapentakes, co. York, viz. — 



In the wapentakes of Morley, 
Aggebrig, Shirayk, Barkeston, 
and Aynsty 



William de Weston. 
John Tylly. 



In the wapentakes of Osgodcros, ( Warin de ScargiL 
Stayncros, and Strafford (John de Smetheton. 

In the wapentakes of Clarhou, (Richard Fauvel. 

Staynclif and Yokcros (John de Boulton. [Pari. Writs,] 

Afterwards, 8 June, the above persons were commanded to proceed with 
expedition so that the said armed men be with the king by 24 July ; they 
are to return the number of towns which answer before the justices in eyre.* 

[Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like to L. bishop of Durham within the Liberty of his bishopric. 

[Pari. Writs.] By K. 



126 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



-1 Qoo , Membrane 11 — cont. 

May 15. Mandate to John de Bermingeham, earl of Loueth, justiciary of Lreland, 

York. and Master Walter de Istlep, treasurer of Ireland*, notwithstanding the 
postponement of the musters to 24 July, to proceed with the purveyance in 
Ireland of provisions for the war in Scotland of 6,000 quarters of wheat, 
4,000 of oats, 1,000 of barley malt, 2,000 of beans, 500 bacons, 500 tuns of 
wine and 50 quarters of salt in Ireland, and to have the same carried to 
Skynbumesse by Carlisle by the octaves of Trinity according to the former 
order. By K. 

May 19. Mandate to the same justiciary and treasurer to proceed expeditiously 
York. with the said purveyance, and keep such supplies in safe custody near the 
sea coast, until Roger de Ley burn, admiral of the fleet of the Western Sea, 
comes to convoy the same to Skynbumesse, as the sea between the land of 
Man and Ireland and Skynbumesse is infested by the king's enemies with 
the intention of taking the victuals. By K. 



MEMBRANE 10. 

May 20. Mandate to Edmund, earl of Arundel, justice of Wales, to restore the 

York. temporalities of the priory of the Yale of St. Mary, Bedkelerde, to Llewelin, 
a canon of that house, whose election as prior thereof has been confirmed 
by A. bishop of Bangor. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the house. 

May 21. Grant, for three years, to William le Botiller, lord of Weryngton, of 

York. pavage for his town of Weryngton. By pet. of C. 

May 20. Protection with clause nolumm for one year for Gilbert de Toudeby, 

York. king's Serjeant. 

The like for the undermentioned, viz. — 

William de Trailly, parson of the church of Northyevele. 

N. cardinal-deacon of St. Adrian's, prebendary of South Cave in the 
church of St. Peter, York, and of King's Sutton {Sutton* R,) in the 
same church {sic) ; and of King's Sutton in the church of St. Mary, 
Lincoln. 

Anian ap Yevan, burgess of Beaumaris. 

Roger son of John de Claybrok. 

May 27. The master, brethren, and sisters of the hospital of St. Thomas the 

Haverah. Martyr by Estbrugge in the city of Canterbury. 

William de RoUeston. 

William de Culpho, parson of the church of Sutton {sic), 

Robert de Burgate. 

Robert de Yeteri Ponte. 

June 25. The abbot of Jervaulx {JerevalJ). 

York. 
May 20. Mandate to Vivian de Staundon to execute without delay two former 

York. mandates to him touching the castle of Hardelagh, viz. to deliver the castle 
to Roger de Swynnerton, to whom the king had granted the custody 
thereof, and afterwards on 1 June 14 Edward II, to deliver it to the said 
Roger, or to Adam de Wetenhale, his attomey, with its armour, victuals 
and all other things therein ; and he is also to deliver the issues thereof 
which have accmed since 1 June aforesaid. 



16 EDWAED II.— Pabt 2. 



127 



1322. 

May 27. 
Haverah. 

May 20. 

York. 



May 80. 

Bothwell. 



May 28. 
Haverah. 



May 80. 

May 28. 
Haverah. 



Jundl. 
Bothwell. 



June 2. 
Bothwell. 



June 1. 
Bothwell. 



Membrane 10 — cant. 

Pardon to Thomas de Wyntreshull, an adherent of the late rebels. 

By p.s. 

Pardon to the prioress and nuns of St. Helens, London, for gicquiring in 
mortmain without licence of Edward I. or of the king the following gifts, 
to wit, from Adam le Tayllur, sometime citizen of London, and Mary his 
wife a tenement in Phelippeslane in the parish of St. Mary, Aldermanne- 
bury, London ; from William Bernard, * teynturer,* sometime citizen of 
London, a tenement in Syvthelane, London, in the parish of St. Alulph, 
by the Tower, London ; from Richard de Chiggewelle, sometime* citizen of 
London, three shops with solars over them in the parish of St. Matthew, 
Fridaiestret, London ; and from Margery de Abynton, called la Rous, a 
tenement in the parish of St. Michael, Comhull, London, bequeathed by 
her last will ; all which were taken into the king's hands by Richard 
de Rodeneye, late escheator beyond Trent ; with restitution of the same. 

ByK. 

Grant to John de Coupeland, king's chaplain, of the custody of the 
hospital of St. Mary Magdalene, Preston in Aundemesse. By p.s. 

Mandate to the sheriff of Lancaster to induct him. 

Pardon to John Hert for the deaths of John de Eure, knight, and of 
Richard Uttyng of Topclef, chaplain. By p.s. 

The like to Robert de Stanford, an adherent of Bartholomew de Badeles- 
mere, a rebel, saving to the king the escheat and forfeiture of all his lands, 
tenements and goods.' By p.s. 

Safe-conduct for one year for the men of John de Tumby, king's 
merchant, trading to divers parts of the realm. By p.s. 

Pardon to Richard son of Nicholas Bret of Fulford, a prisoner in the 
king's gaol within the liberty of Bouthum, belonging to the abbot of St. 
Mary's, York, charged with the death of John de Dyghton of Bonnewyk, 
as it appears by the record of John de Donecastre and his fellows, justices 
appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence. By K. 

Grant to Richard Camel, king's clerk, of the chapel within the castle of 
Cliderhou. By p.s. 

Simple protection without clause for one year in Ireland for Robert de 
Well,' staying in England. 

Master Richard de Clare, staying in England, has letters nominating 
John de Balscote, his attorney in Ireland for two years. 

Thomas de Mountpelers, going to Ireland, has letters nominating John 
de Cotoun, of London, and Richard de Mountpelers, his attorneys for the 
same time. 

William Baudel, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating Henry de 
Bilton his attorney for two years. 

Writ de intendendo for John de Balscote, appointed by Richard de 
Middelton, king's Serjeant, keeper of the market of Ireland, during his 
pleasure to be his deputy in that office. 

Grant for life to Robert de Well' of the king's reversion in the castles, 
manors, lands, rents, services, knights' fees and advowsons of churches, 
which he and Matilda his wife hold in dower of the inheritance of Roger de 



128 



CALENDAB OP PATENT BOLLS. 



1322. 



Membrane 10 — cont. 



Jane 1. 
Bothwell. 



June 2. 
BothwelL 



Clifford, a rebel, deceased, and which upon her death will as escheats revert 
to the king, if he survive his said wife. By p.s. 

Grant for life to Edmund Gacelyn of the manor of Cattemere, co. Berks, 
late of Eogo Gacelyn, a rebel, and of the manor of Wroxhale, co. Wilts, 
late of John de Wroxhale, a rebel, which as escheats are in the king*s hands. 

By p.s. 

Mandate to the sheriffs of London and their successors to give effect to 
the king's former grant to John Launge and Joan his wife, then damsel of 
Isabell the king's consort, for their lives, upon the said John bringing news 
of the birth of Edward the king's firstborn, of 80/. a year to be received out 
of the farm of the city until land to that value should be assigned to them, 
to pay the same at the terms specified in the grant, as it appears that the 
said John and Joan have not as yet received the same. By p.s. 

Helmyng de Osenbrygg, merchant, going beyond the seas, has letters 
nominating Robert de Maundevill and Roger de Nevill his attorneys for 
one year. 

Nicholas de Sanford, going beyond the seas on the king's service, in the 
company of Fulk Lestraunge, has letters nominating Thomas son of 
Adam de Stile his attorney for three years. 

Appointment of John de Penreth as warden of the Marches of North- 
umberland, with power to array the forces of the county. By K. 

Writs of aid for him to the sheriff of Northumberland; and to the 
constables and keepers of castles, fortalices, cities and towns. [Pari. 
Writs.] By K. 

June 22. Protection for Master Gilbert de Middelton, archdeacon of Northampton, 

Bishopthorpe. in his peaceable possession of his prebend of Horton, in the diocese of 

Worcester, in the church of Salisbury. By K. 



June 8. 
Bothwell. 



June 4. 
Bothwell. 



June 1. 
Bothwell. 

May 10. 
York. 



May 28. 
Haverah. 



MEMBRANE 9. 

!Pardon to Eandalou ap Blethin of Angleseie of his outlawry for the 
death of Howell Voill ap Mureduch. By p.s. 

Grant for life to Hugh le Despenser the elder, of the reversion of the 
manors of Boyton and Orcheston, co. Wilts, which Margaret, late the wife 
of John Giffard, the elder, holds for life of the inheritance of John son of 
the said John, a rebel ; and of the manor of Elyston, co. Wilts, which she 
holds in dower of the same inheritance. By p.s. 

Mandate to the said Margaret to be intendant to the said Hugh; touching 
her fealty. 

Pardon to William de Stapelton for the death of John de Eure, knight. 

By p.s. 
The like to the following for the death of the said John, viz. — 

Geoffrey Yelemund. Robert de Corbrigge. 

Richard de Heddeleye. John de Conyngham. 

Richard de Thorp. William de Hortheworth. 

Thomas de Witton. William de Masham. 

Thomas Fox. Thomas de Raynton. 

William Those. 

Richard Skinner of Durham for the death of the said John, and of 
Richard Uttyng of Topclif, chaplain. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



129 



1322. 

May 18. 
York. 



Jane 8. 
Bothwell. 



Membrane 9 — cont. 



June 15. 
Haddlesey. 
June 25. 

York. 

June 15. 

Haddlesey. 

June 21. 

Bishopthorpe. 



June 20. 
Bishopthorpe. 



June 1. 
Bothwell. 

June 1. 

Bothwell. 



June 6. 
Bothwell 



June 1. 

Bothwell. 



Protection with clause nolumus for one year for N. cardinal deacon of 
St. Adrian's, prebendary of Suthcave in the church of St. Peter, York, and 
of King's Sutton in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln. 

The like for the following, viz. — 
Master John de Malevile, parson of the church of Haukeshirst. 
Robert de la Croiz, parson of the church of Ketelthorp. 
John de Ellerker, clerk. 
The abbot of Litteleye. 
Adam del Waise, chaplain. 

Robert de Multon, clerk. 
The abbot of Haghenby. 
The prior of Malton. 

Elena, late the wife of Nicholas Flemyng. 
The abbot of Tynteme. 
The abbot of Kyngeswod. 

Alice, late the wife of John le Palmer of Notyngham, making the 
bridge of Hethebeth. 

John de Dalton of Pykeryng. 

By K. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Presentation of Peter de Eelleseye to the church of Aber, in the diocese 
of Bangor. 

Grant to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, and Eleanor, his wife, of the 
king's reversion of the. manors of Stotfolde, Haune and Wyliton, co^ 
Bedford, which William de Brewosa holds for life of the inheritance late of 
John de Moubray, a rebel, and which after the death of the said William 
will fall into the king's hands by the forfeiture of the said John. By p.s. 

Mandate to the said William to be intendant to them for his fealty. 

Grant to Gerard Johannis, Bonus Philippi and Peter Beyneri, king's 
merchants, merchants of the society of the Biurdi of Florence, who in their 
own name and that of the said society have undertaken to lend the king 
4,0002. this side Midsummer, and to whom the king is also indebted in the 
sum of 2,2982. 0^. M. viz. 298Z. Os. 6(2. paid by them to divers men in the 11th 
year, a loan of 1,8202. delivered by them in the Wardrobe at Gloucester on 
9 February last, and a loan of 1,020 marks delivered in the Wardrobe on 
1 March last, as appears by three bills sealed with the seal of Roger de 
Northburgh, bishop elect of Coventry and Lichfield, then keeper of the 
Wardrobe, that they may receive and hold the issues of the customs on 
wool, hides and woolfells in the ports of London, Boston and Eyngeston 
upon Hull until they shall be satisfied of the whole amount of these debts 
to wit, 6,2982. Qs, 6c2., and of any other debts which the king maybe bound 
to them. By p.s. 

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled and otherwise below. 

Pardon, at the request of Hugh, earl of Winchester, to Edmund le 
Spycer of Canterbuiy of all conspiracies and maintenance of false quarrels 
perpetrated by him in the county of Eent, whereof he was convicted before 
Hervey de Staunton and his fellows, justices in eyre in that county. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

24962 I 



180 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 
June 5. 

Rothwell. 



June 6, 
Rothwell. 



June 8. 
Haddlesey. 



June 10. 
Haddlesey. 



June 1. 
Bothwell. 

June 10. 
Haddleeey. 



June 8. 
Bothwell. 



Membrane 9 — rant. 

Writ of aid for one year for Giles de Tholosa, king's serjeant, charged 
by the steward of the Household and keeper of the Wardrobe with the 
purveyance of hay, oats, litter, and other necessaries for the office of the 
Marshalsea of the Household ; nothing is to be taken in the fee of the 
church. By K. 

Protection and safe-conduct for two years at the request of John, duke of 
Brabant, the king's nephew, for the merchants and subjects of the said 
duke, coming to the realm to trade. By E. and C. 

Protection with clause volumus until All Saints for Andrew de Hartcla, earl 
of Carlisle, staying in the Marches of Scotland on the king's service. By p.s. 



The like for the following staying in 
John de Haverington. 
Anthony de Lucy. 
Ralph de Nevill. 
Ranulf de Dacre 
Richard de Hodeliston. 
John de Hartcla. 
Robert le Brune. 
Peter de TUholf . 
Patrick de Culwen. 
William le Blount. 



his company : — 
Robert de Askeby. 
Gilbert de Lancastre. 
Robert de Bampton. 
Richard de Denton. 
Thomas de Laton 
John le Ginour. 
Henry de Tesdale. 
John de Laton. 
Richard Crossethwait. 



Licence for the prior and convent of Westacre to acquire in mortmain iL 
a year of land and rents whether of their own fee, or of the fee of John de 
Britannia, earl of Richmond. By p.s. 

Presentation of Robert de Baldok, the younger, to the church of 
Bradeford in the diocese of York. ^ By p.s. 

Pardon to Geofi&ey de Stonhous of his outlawry in the county of 
Gloucester for not appearing before Robert de Maddyngle and his fellows, 
justices of oyer and terminer, touching a trespass committed against Aymer 
de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, by the said Geoffrey and others ; provided 
he surrender forthwith to prison if the earl wishes to implead him thereof. 

Mandate to Henry de Chambemon and Reginald de Botereaux to induce, 
and if necessary to compel, the boroughs of Lanceveton, Bodmyn, Lyskiret 
and Lostwythiel, co. Cornwall, to supply at once their proportion of the aid 
of armed footmen from cities and boroughs assessed upon them respectively, 
to wit, three, two, one and three, to be at Newcastle by 24 July. [Pari. 
Wnts.] By K. 

The like to the following in the under-mentioned boroughs to supply the 
number of armed footmen set opposite to each borough : — 

l'rn"d?KynTdesleye 1 S^O'teford. co. Essex. 3. . 



(ieoffrey de Stokes 
Walter de Nevill 
John de la Hayc 

John de Erleye 
John de Clevedon 

Roger de Chaundos 
Richard de Baskevill 



"^ Hertford, co. Hertford, 2. 

) 

j Welles 8, YevelcQstre 1, Cherde 1, 
\ Taunton 3, Axebrigg, 1, 
I Somerset. 



CO. 



Leominstre, co. Hereford, 6. 



16 EDWARD n.— Part 2. 



181 



1322. 



June 4. 
Bothwell. 



Membrane 9 — cont. 



Robert de Morby 
Reginald Pavely 

Peter son of Reginald 
John de Ifeld 



[Walyngford, eo. Berks, 4. 



\ 



Arundel 2, Mithurst 1, Stenig and 

• Brembre 2, Lewes 4, Horsham 1, 

. CO. Sussex. [Pari. Writs.] 

Pardon to Peter de Malo Lacu, kinsman and heir of Stephen de Malo 
Lacu, deceased, of the trespass committed by the latter in acquiring without 
licence of Edward I, 148 acres of land and meadow in Clyf*, from Anthony 
sometime bishop of Durham, and his successsors, at a rent of 15d. for each 
acre ; with restitution of the land to him. By p.s. 



June 8. 
Rothwell. 



June 8. 
Rothwell. 



MEMBRANE 8, 

Commission, after recital of commission of array and that the Scots are 
preparing to invade England, to John de Wisham and John de Rythre, to 
survey the array of men between sixteen and sixty in the Westrithing, co. 
York, the parts of Richemundshire excepted, where the king wills John de 
Britannia, earl of Richemund, to attend to the matter ; the commissioners are 
to certify the king of the number of men fit for service. [ Pari. Writs.] By E. 

The like for the following : — 
Nicholas de Orey in the Northtrithinge. 
Thomas Ughtred in the Estrithinge. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like for John de Sutton, Robert le Constable of Fleynburgh, Edmund 
Wasteneys, William de Beston, John de Walkyngham and Robert de 
Colevill, lately appointed to select one man from every town in the county 
of York, to raise 2,000 foot men in that county in addition to t)ie former 
levy ; the said John de Sutton, Edmund, and Robert de Colevill are to lead 
the men to Newcastle upon Tyne by 24 July, to proceed thence against the 
Scots, receiving the king's wages. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like for the under-mentioned counties for raising the number of foot 
men set opposite to each county ; the commissioners and leaders, unless 
otherwise specified, are the same for the respective counties as set forth on 
pp. 128-125. 

( William de Dysny 
John Darcy, * lunkle ' 
John de Ros 
, Robert Darcy 



Lincoln 



1,000; John and John, 
leaders. 



( 



600. 



Warwick and 

Leicester 

Salop 600. 

Worcester 800. 

Afterwards Henry do Ribbesford was appointed for the county of 
Worcester in the place of William Corbet. 

Gloucester 600, whereof a moiety 

from the forest of 
Dene ; William 
Tracy, leader. 

Northampton 500. 

Oxford and [ k^w> 

Berks f ^^• 

Wilts 600. 



182 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Membrane 8 — cont. 



June 11. 
Haddlesey* 



June 8. 

Bothwell. 



June 8. 
Bothwell. 



} 



Surrey and 
Sussex 
Norfolk 
Suffolk 
Essex and 
Hertford 
Cambridge and f 
Huntingdon f 
Rutland 
Kent - 

Nottingham and \ 
Derby. J 



1 



600 

600. 
800. 

600. 

400. 

200. 
400. 

600. 



i whereof 800 from the 
\ county of Sussex. 



Mandate to the commissioners for the above mentioned counties to act 
according to theit commissions without any delay. [Pari, Writs,] 

Commission for William Dysny and John Darcy * Tuncle,* to array all 
men between 16 and 60 in the parts of Lyndeseye co. Lincoln, so that on 
receiving three days* notice they may be ready to march against the Scots. 
[Pari. Writs,] By K. 



The like for the following : — 



}■'• 



Alexander de Monte Forti ) • tt-.i»_j 
Alan de Multon [ '° ^"^""^ 



CO. Lincoln. 



[Pari. Wnts,] 

Commission to Robert de Echyngham to supervise the array of the men 
from each town in the counties of Kent and Sussex. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to the commissioners [named] of array for the 
county of Sussex. 

The like to those for the county of Kent. [Pari, WHts,] 

Commission to the said Robert de Echyngham to raise 800 archers in 
the Welde and elsewhere within the counties of Kent and Sussex, to be at 
Newcastle upon Tyne by 24 July next. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 



June 10. 
Haddlesey. 



June 10. 

Haddlesey. 



MEMBRANE 7. 

Grant in fee to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, of the king's reversion 
of the manor of Lyndeseles, co. Essex, which Jakemina, late the wife of 
Robert de Merk, holds for life of the inheritance of Bartholomew de 
Badelesmere, late a rebel, and which upon her death by the forfeiture 
incurred by the said Bartholomew will as an escheat fall into the king*s 
hands. By p.s. 

Mandate to the said Jacomina to be intendant to the said Hugh touching 
her fealty. 

The like to the said Hugh and Eleanor his wife and the heirs of Eleanor 
of the manors of Shepton and Bureford, co. Oxford, late of Maurice de 
Berkele, a rebel, which as an escheat by forfeiture have fallen into the 
king's hands. By p.s. 



16 EDWARD II.— Pabt 2. 



188 



1322. 

Jane 11. 
Haddlesey. 



June 10. 
Haddlesey. 

Jane 15. 
Haddlesey. 



Jane 15. 
Haddlesey. 



Jane 15. 

Haddlesey. 



Jane 14. 
Haddlesey. 



Membrane 7 — cotit. 

Appointment daring pleasare of Master Robert de Ayleston, king's clerk, 
to the castody of the rolls and writs before the jastices of the Bench. 

By p.s. 

Mandate in parsuance to the justices of the Bench to admit him. 

Mandate to Adam de Herewynton to deliver to him the writs, rolls and 
memoranda, which are in his castody. 

Association of Henry de Ribbesford, in the room of William Corbet, who 
is sick, in the commissions issued to the said William and Clement de 
Dunclent of array in the county of Worcester. [Pari, WriUi.] By K. 

Mandate to John Bustard and Thomas Fairfax, commissioners of array, 
appointed by the commission dated 6 April last, directing them to master 
the men of the wapentake of Aynsty, co. York, and to have them at 
Enaresburgh by Sunday next [20 June] to go thence against the Scots. 
Names of persons who have refused to obey are to be certified to John de 
Wysham, the surveyor of the array, who has power to punish such 
defaulters. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like to the commissioneArs of array in the other wapentakes, towns 
and liberties of the county of York [as set forth on pp. 98-99] , the places of 
muster to be Knaresburgh, Pontefract and Pykering. [Pari. Writs.] 

Mandate to John de Wyshanr and John de Rythre, to punish all 
defaulters whose names shall be laid before them by the commissioners of 
array for the wapentakes of Stratford, Barkeston, Osgodcrosse and 
Stayncrosse in the Westrithinge, co. York ; John de Rythre is to be at the 
town of Pontefract on Sunday, 20 June, to receive the levies and to lead 
them on the king's service as he shall be commanded. [Pari. Writs.] 

By K. and C. 

The like mandate to the same surveyors relative to the rest of the 
Westrithinge ; John de Wysham is to be by the same date at Enaresburgh 
to receive the levies and lead to them onwards. [Pari. Writs,] By E. and C. 

The lik^ mandate to Thomas Ughtred for the Estrithinge, co. York ; he 
is to be at Pykering at the same day to receive them. [Pari. Writs.] 

By E. and C. 

The like to Nicholas de Grey for the Northtrithing, co. York. [Pari, 
Writs.] By E. and C, 

Mandate, with recital of the proclamations of array according to the 
statute of Winchester, to John de Britannia, earl of Richemund, to array all 
the men of his liberty of Richemund ; and if there are any persons not 
included by that statute whose goods and chattels are sufficient to allow 
them to be armed, they are to be assessed to arms in the same manner ; 
also power to him to punish defaulters. [Pari. Writs.] By E. 

Grant in fee to Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, archdeacon of 
Middlesex, of all the right which falls to the king by the forfeiture of Roger 
de Clifford, late a rebel, in all the knights' fees which John de Crumbewell 
and Idonia his wife and the said Roger jointly held in Eymberworth, 
Scauceby, Brodesworth, Pikebourne, Skeldebrok and Stokwell, co. York ; 
Peverelthorp, Staneford, Torlacton, Shelton and Flaubergh, co. Nottingham ; 
Lambourn, co. Essex ; Lasham, co. Southampton ; Burton by Bannebury, 
Prestecote and Suthford, co. Oxford ; of the inheritance of the said Idonia 
and Roger. Also of the king's reversion of the manor of Shaldeford, 
CO. Surrey, which Robert de Monte Alto and Emma his wife hold in dower 
of the said Emma of the same inheritance. By writ of secret seal* 



184 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

June 10. 

Haddlesey. 



June 16. 
Haddlesey. 



June 20. 

Bishopthorpe. 

June 28. 
York. 

June 14. 
Haddlesey. 

June 12. 
Haddlesey. 



June 16. 
Haddlesey. 



June 17. 
Haddlesey. 



June 12. 
Haddlesey. 



Juno 10. 
Haddlesey. 



June 18. 
Haddlesey. 



MEMBRANE 6. 

Protection with olause nolumus for one year for Adam de Viane of 
Lincoln, merchant, with ships, going to the south to buy victuals and 
other goods and to convey the same to York and Newcastle upon Tyne 
and elsewhere in the north, on condition that he does not take them 
elsewhere and does not communicate with the Scots rebels or the 
Flemings. By K. 

The like for the under-mentioned persons, viz. — 
Henry de Souerby of Lincoln, merchant. 

Martin de Dullyngham, merchant. 

Hamo le Barbur, merchant. 

John de Goushill of Theford. 

Robert Maupas and Walter his brother, and Stephen Dyngel. 

Robert Chapman of Wridlyngton. 

Richard Derman, merchant, of Ravenserodde. 

Oeoffirey de Wintryngham of Paule. 
Thomas Wisman, merchant. 

Safe conduct until Christmas for the servants whom John de Thomegge, 
John de Bamme and John de Walsyngham, are sending in their ship called 
La Maryarete of Lenne to bring victuals from Norway into England. 

Protection for one year for Robert de Heycroft, warden of the work of 
the bridge and causey of Hull, going to divers parts of the counties of York 
and Lincoln to beg alms for the repair and maintenance of the said bridge 
and causey. 

Protection and safe conduct until Michaelmas for Robert de Multon, 
king's clerk, appointed receiver of the issues of the castles and lands, 
of Thomas, late earl of Lancaster, and other rebels, and also of others in the 
county of Lincoln, being in the king's hands, who is about to send to the 
king the money accruing from the said issues, or for his servants conveying 
such money to the king. 

Presentation of Master John de Braybrok to the church of Lappeford in 
the diocese of Exeter. By p.s. 

The like of William de Braibroc to the church of Repton Abbots in the 
diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the 
abbey of Ramesey. By p.s. 

Licence for Henry Wade to grant to Robert atte Reye and Gilbert atte 
Reye his reversion in a messuage, 2 carucates of land and lis. of rent in 
Estcleydon, held in chief as of the honor of Peverel, which Alan Darches 
and Juliana his wife hold in dower of the said Juliana of the inheritance of 
the said Henry. By fine of 1 mark. 

Pardon to Robert Brien of Felmyngham and James Ryghtwys of South- 
birlyngham for acquiring in fee without licence a sixth part of the manors 
of Felmyugham and Bekham, with the advowsons of the church of Bekham. 
and of a fourth part of the church of Felmyngham, co. Norfolk, from John, 
parson of the said fourth part of the church of Felmyngham, who held the 
same in chief ; with restitution of the same. By fine of 1 mark. 

Protection for one year for Michael Child, master of the ship called La 
Blithe of Jernemuth, whom J. bishop of Norwich, the chancellor, is 
sending with the said ship to divers parts of the realm to purvey \ictuals 



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185 



1322. 



June 8. 

Haddlesey. 



June 15. 
Haddlesey. 



June 18. 

Haddlesey. 



Membrane 6 — cont, 

at his expense for his maintenance and that of the clerks of the king's 
Chancery. 

Presentation of Thomas de Eggefeld, king's clerk, to the church of 
Thirsford in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his 
custody of the land and heir of Robert de Burgeloun, tenant in chief. 

Grant for life to Ralph Basset of Drayton of the manors of Hameldon 
and Market Overton, co. Rutland, late of Bartholomew de Badelesmere, a 
rebel, with the knights' fees, advowsons of churches and liberties, which 
as escheats are in the king's hands. By p.s. 

Pardon, at the request of Eleanor de Percy, the king's kinswoman, and 
in consideration of a fine of 100 marks, to John de Dalton of Pykeryng, late 
bailiff of Thomas, then earl of Lancaster, a rebel, as an adherent of the said 
earl ; with restitution of his lands and goods. By p.s. 

Mandate to Henry de Percy, who, by virtue of a commission directed to 
him to arrest contrariants and rebels in the county of York, had arrested the 
said John de Dalton as an adherent of the earl of Lancaster, and who had 
been conmianded by the king, at the request of Eleanor his mother, the 
king's kinswoman, and his own, and upon the mainprize of Eleanor and 
Henry, to release the said John from arrest ; he is not to meddle further 
with the said John but to deliver to him his lands, tenements and goods 
which had been taken by the said Henry into the king's hands and also the 
other goods which by the said mainprize the king had caused to be delivered 
to the said Henry and Eleanor, together with the issues received from 
the said lands and tenements from the date of the caption thereof into the 
king's hands : he and the said Eleanor are to be discharged herein against 
the king. 

Mandate to Thomas de Burgh, escheator on this side Trent, to deliver to 
the said John his lands and tenements above mentioned together with their . 
issues ; and he is not to harass him contrary to the tenor of these letters. 

The like mandate to Thomas Ughtret, constable of the castle of Pykeryng. 

June 21. Grant to William de Clyf', king's clerk, of the prebend of Stoke by 
Bishopthorpe. Newerk in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of 
the temporalities of the see being [lately] in his hands. 
Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Lincoln. By K. 



June 18. 
Haddlesey. 



Grant to John, bishop of Norwich, the chancellor, of the custody, during 
the minority of the heir, of the lands late of Robert Burgeloun, tenant in 
chief, as of the honor of Albemarle ; also of the lands which the mother of 
the said Robert, now deceased, had held in dower of his inheritance, in the 
king's hands for the like cause ; together with the marriage of the heir. 

By p.s. 

June 20. Mandate to Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, 

Bishopthorpe. ^o restore the temporalities of Chirebury priory to Hugh de Hereford, a 

canon of that house, elected to be prior thereof, A. bishop of Hereford 

having confirmed his election. By K. 

Writ de inUnidewlo directed to the tenants of the priory. 



June 18. 
Haddlesey. 



Licence for John son Geoffrey le Somenour of Berkhampstcde to enfeoff 
Thomas son of John de la Haye of Hemelhempstede of a messuage, 30 acres 
of land, and 4 acres of meadow in Berkhampstede, of the bailiwick of the 
liberty of the honor of Berkhampstede, which are held in chief as of the 
honor of Berkhampstede. By fine of i mark. 



186 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



■iQoo Membrane 6 — cont, 

June 21. The like for Henry son of Robert de Percy, to grant to Geoffrey le Scrope, 

Bishopthorpe. king's Serjeant, and his heirs 8 acres of land, 6 a-cres of wood, and the stank 

of a mill in Wharrum, and the advowson of the church of Wharrum, which 
are held in chief. By fine of i mark. 



June 16. 
Haddlesey. 



Association of William de Aune, constable of the castle of Tykhill, in the 
commissions of array directed to Edmund Wasteneys and William son of 
William for the wapentake of Strafford, co. York. [ParL Writs,'] By K. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 



June 10. 
Haddlesey. 



MEMBRANE 5. 

Mandate and request to all persons of the cantred of Eggelfeld and the 
commotes thereof, to come properly armed to the king's assistance in the 
Scotch expedition, as their laudable assistance lately given when the king 
was pursuing the rebels in the Marches of Wales makes the king confident 
they will be ready to do so ; they are not to take it ill that their petitions 
before the king and Council in the parliament at York were postponed as 
the king was fully occupied preparing for the said expedition, but on the 
king's return they shall be attended to. [ParL Writs,] By K. 

The like to those of the following commotes, lands and cantreds : — 
The commotes of Stradalym and Hawardyn. 
The land of Hope. 
The commote of Maylaursaesnek. 
The commote of Elsmer without the county of Flynt. 
The land of Maylauriemrayk called Brumfeld. 
The cantred of Diffrinclut and the commotes therein. 
The county of Eaernarvan and the cantreds and commotes therein. 
The county of Angleseye, and the commotes therein. 
The county of Merionyth, and the commotes therein. 
The land and lordship of Oswaldestrete, and the cantreds therein. 
The commote of Diffrintuedeyt, and the lordship of Clone. 
The land of Chirk, and the commotes and towns therein. 
The land of Knokyn. 

The land of la Pole, and the cantreds and commotes therein. 
The cantred of Kedeweyn, and the commote of Kery. 
The commote of Guerthrynaun, and the cantred of Maylyebit. 
The land of Radenore, and the commotes therein. 
The cantred of Elvael, and the commotes therein. 
The land of Hundyton and la Haye, and the commotes therein. 
The land of Breghnogh, and the cantred of Theodos. 
The cantred of Talgargh. 
The cantred of Cantreffelewe. 

The land of Cantrebicham, and the cantreds therein. 
The land of Gower, and the commotes therein. 
The cantred of Ked welly, and the commote of Kamegwelliaun. 
The land of Wydynton. 

The county of Eaermerdyn and the commotes therein. 
The county of Pembrok and the cantreds therein. 
The county of Kardygan, and the cantreds and commotes therein. 
The seven cantreds of Morgannou. 
The land of Cantrefmaur, and the commotes therein. 
The cantred of Buwelt and the commotes therein. 
The commote of Yale. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 187 



nooo Membrane 6 — cont. 

The cantred of lios. 

The cantred of Rygwenyok. 

The commote of Kemmeyth. 

The land of Angleseye in North Wales. [Pari. Writs,] 

June 20. Grant to Hugh de Say, William de Heyshagh and Robert Parlebien of 

Bishopthorpe. pontage for three years in aid of the repair of the causey of Longeford, 

between the towns of Bletcheley and Neweport, and of the bridge over the 

river Tyrne there, co. Salop. By pet of C. 

June 21. Appointment during pleasure of Robert de Notingham, king's clerk, to 

Bishopthorpe. ^^e office of remembrancer of the Exchequer, which Adam de Lymbergh 

lately held ; at the usual fee. By K. on the information of the Treasurer. 

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to 

admit him and to deliver to him the rolls, mamoranda and other things 

pertaining to that office. [Pari, Writs.] 

June 21. Grant to Master John de Stratford, king's clerk, of the prebend of Bere 

Bishopthorpe. and Chermynistre in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, in the king's gift 
by reason of the late voidance of the bishopric of Salisbury. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert Baldok. 
Mandate in pursuance to R. bishop of Salisbury to admit him thereto. 

By E. on the like information. 

Prohibition directed to the dean and chapter of Salisbury against 
admitting any other person than the said Master John to that prebend ; 
and against attempting anything to the prejudice of the king's right. 

By E. on the like information. 

June 15. Grant to William de Ayremynne, king's clerk, of the prebend of Massham 

Haddlesey. in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift by reason of the late 

voidance of the archbishopric of York. By p.s. 

Renewal to the said W^illiam of his collation to the said prebend, which 
the king had as pertaining to his gift by reason of the then voidance of the 
archbishopric of York granted to him heretofore but afterwards had 
commanded him to stay his prosecution of the said collation because George 
de Saluciis, king's kinsman, intermeddled therein in the court of Rome, the 
said George being now dead. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to W. archbishop of York to induct the said 
W^illiam. 

Prohibition, after recital of the above grant and of the mandate to the 
said archbishop, directed to the dean and chapter of York against admitting 
any other person than the said Master William to the prebend, and against 
attempting anything that may be to the prejudice of the king's right. 

By p.s. 

June 28. Master Andrew Sapiti, staying in the court of Rome, has letters 
York. nominating Peter Sapiti and Stephen Gucii of Florence his attorneys in 
Ireland for two years. 

[June 28.] Grant for life to Simon Warde, sheriff of York, of the manor of Horden 
York. in the bishopric of Durham, late of Robert de Holand, who being charged 
with being an adherent of Thomas, sometime earl of Lancaster, surrendered 
to the king's will, whereby the said manor is at the king's disposal. 

Also grant to him of the manor of Hewyk, co. York, late of Nicholas de 
Hewyk, rebel, which as an escheat has come into the king's hands. 

By p.s. [6065.] 



188 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



Membrane 6 — cont. 



1322. 

June 27. Notification to all whom it may concern that the temporalities of the 
York. archbishopric of York by reason of the voidance thereof were in the king's 
hands and custody from 6 December 9 Edward II, the day of the death of 
William de Grenfeld, the late archbishop, until 8 October, 11 Edward II, 
the day upon which the king took the fealty of and restored the temporalities 
to William de Melton, the present archbishop, as appears by the inspection 
of the memoranda of the Exchequer touching the caption of the temporalities, 
and by inspection of the rolls of the Chancery touching the taking of 
fealty and the restitution of the temporalities. 

Juno 27. Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, executor of the will of Joan de 
York. Valencia, staying in England, has letters nominating Walter Curteys his 
attorney in Ireland for three years. 

The said earl, staying in England, has like letters nominating the same 
Walter his attorney in Ireland for the same time. 

June 10. Presentation of William de Werdale, king's clerk, to the church of 
Haddlcsey. Aberfrowe in the diocese of Bangor. 

June 26. Pardon to Thomas de Henton, treasurer of the cathedral church of Exeter, 
York. for acquiring in mortmain to him and his successors, treasurers of the said 
church, 21^ acres of land in Morkeshull from Ralph de MorkeshuU, in 
exchange for Ij acres of land which he granted in fee to the said Ralph. 
The said Ralph may also hold the land received in exchange without bein^ 
molested by the king or his ministers. By fine of } mark. 

June 21. Pardon to Henry de Glastyngbury for acquiring for life without licence 
York. from Thomas, sometime earl of Lancaster, 40Z. a year of rent to be received 
out of the manor of Colyngbum, which the earl held in chief, and which by 
reason of the forfeiture incurred by him has come into the king's hands. 

By fine of 40«. 



MEMBRANE 4. 

Juno 25. Protection with clause noliunm for one year for Hugh de Wellewik, par- 
York, son the church of Hurselegh. 

June 28. Pardon to John de Drayton as an adherent of Bartholomew de Badeles- 
York. mere, a rebel. By p.s. 

Vacateii because otherwise below, 

June 26. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas W^ake, the king's 
York. kinsman, of a messuage in the town of Neuton to found and build a religious 
house of whatever order he will, and for the assignment to such house, to 
be held in frank almoin, of a messuage and a carucate of land in Neuton 
and Cotyngham, and the advowson of the church of Cotyngham, which he 
holds in chief ; licence also for the appropriation of the said church. 

By p.s. 

June 28. Grant to Roger de Waltham, king's clerk, of the archdeaconry of 

York. Buckingham in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, in the king's gift by 
reason of the temporalities of that see being [lately] in his hands. By p.s. 
Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Lincoln. 

June 80. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Horstede of a 

York. messuage, 80 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 40 acres of heath, and 15^. 

of rent in Nerford to the prior and convent of Westacre to find a chaplain 



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Metnbrane 4 — cont, 

to celebrate divine service daily in their church for the soul of the said John 
and the souls of his ancestors and all the faithful departed. 

By fine of 1 mark. 

June 80. The like to the prior and brethren of the hospital of St. John, Lichefeld, 

York. by Henry de Lichefeld, chaplain, of 2 messuages and a carucate of land in 
Kussale and Ordeseye, which are held of William de Boueles and are worth 
in all their issues ISs. id, a year as appears by inquisition made by 
Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, in part satis- 
faction of a licence to acquire 102. a year of land and rents. 

July 1. Grant to John, bishop of Norwich, the chancellor, of that which apper- 

York. tains to the king of the marriage of Joan, late the wife of Robert le 

Burgilloun, tenant in chief, to wit, the fine if she shall make any with the 

king for her marriage, or the forfeiture incurred by her by marrying without 

fine to the king or the licence of the bishop. By K. 

June 26. Pardon at the instance of Master John de Stretford, king's clerk, arch- 
York, deacon of Lincoln, to Master Richard Bachiler of the county of Warrewyk 
for not appearing before the king to answer Joan daughter of Robert de 
Eston, who appealed him of rape and breach of the king's peace. By E. 

June 80. Protection with clause nolumua for one year for Richard de Middelton, 

York. * paneter,* king's yeoman. 

The like for :— 
Joan, late the wife of John de Styveton. 
Henry de Lychefeld, parson of the church of Condovere. 
Elizabeth, late the wife of John de Styveton. 
Master James Synebaud, archdeacon of Winchester. 

July J ^^® P*^^^ ^^ Llanthony Prima in Wales, staying in Wales, has letters 

York. nominating David de la Roche, and John son of William de Colp, hagarder, 
his attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

June 80. Pardon to Arnold Michol, merchant of Besatz, an adherent of Thomas, 
York. sometime earl of Lancaster. By p.8. 

June 26 Whereas the king learned from an inquisition ad quod damnxtm made by 

York. ^^3 bailiffs of Scartheburgh that it would not be to his loss or that of others 
or the injury of that town if he should grant to the guardian and Friars 
Minors staying therein a licence to enclose a lane called ^ le Dumple ' in the 
said town, provided that they made on their own soil another way, as large 
and convenient for persons passing there, except perhaps to the 
prejudice of the Friars Preachers staying in the town, to whom the 
king had by letters patent granted licence to pave the said lane so 
that it should never be obstructed or narrowed ; and whereas by another 
inquisition made afterwards by the said bailiffs in the presence of the prior 
of the said Friars Preachers the king learned that a lane might be made by 
the said Friars Minors in place of the lane called ^ le Dumple ' as convenient 
and large and in all things as useful and necessary as well to the king as 
the commonalty of the town and to the passage of the said Friars Preachers 
to places without the town and of all others who wish to approach them, 
and in all other things whatever as the said lane called *• le Dumple,' 
if it were completed in the manner in which the said guardian 
and Friars Minors have promised the commonalty of the town; 
the king grants licence to the said guardian and Friars Minors to 
enclose the said lane and to hold it to them and their /successors for the 
enlargement of their dwelling-place, the grant to the Friars Preachers of 



140 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Membrane 4 — ccmU 



licence to pave the same notwithstanding, provided that the Friars Minors 
make on their own soil a lane in the manner ahove set forth before they 
inclose the said lane called ' le Dumple.' By p.s. 

July 2. Presentation of John de Donestaple to the church of Croxton in the 

York. diocese of Lincoln. 

June 80. John de Either, staying in England, has letters nominating Walter 
York. Curteys his attorneys in Ireland for three years. 

July 2. Writ of aid for Henry de Bello Monte, appointed warden of the Marches 

York. for the defence thereof against the Scots, but this is to be without prejudice 

to the commission issued to Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, who is to 

be fully obeyed. [Ftrdera : Pari, Writs,] By K. 

July 2. Mandate to Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, warden of the Marches of 

York. Scotland, as the king does not wish the said levies to muster at Newcastle 
upon Tyne, to assemble the levies of Cumberland, Westmoreland and 
Lancaster for the repulse of the Scots who are about to invade the Marches ; 
he is to warn all men of the Marches to drive their cattle for safety to the 
parts of Richemund, Clyveland, or other places in the county of York. 
[Fadera : Pari. Writs,] By K. 

July 8. Protection during pleasure, with clause nolumus, for persons so driving 

York. their animals to the parts of Clyveland and Rychemund and other places 

in the county of York ; directed to the sheriff of York, ministers and others 

in that county. [Fredera,] By K. 

July 1. Orant to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, lord of Glamorgan and 

York. Morgannou, reducing the levy to be made from his lordships from 1,000 
footmen to 600. [Pari. Writs,] 



MEMBRAXE 3. 

June 17. Order that Jordan de Kynebell, king's chaplain, is to celebrate divine 

Haddlesey. service daily for his life within the king's castle of Tuttebury for the souls 

of the king's ancestors, receiving for his maintenance out of the issues of 

the castle as much as any chaplain there in the time of Thomas, sometime 

earl of Lancaster, was wont to receive. By p.s. 

June 12. Protection with clause nolumus for two years for John de Cherleton, 

Bishopthorpe. king's merchant, mayor of the staple of wool, his men, servants, goods and 

possessions. By K. 

June 28. Licence for W. bishop of Exeter and his successors to enclose with a 

York. stone wall the close and dwelling place of his episcopal palace in Exeter, 

and to crenellate the same. By K. 

June 28. Mandate to John de Dufiford, escheator in Lreland, to restore the 

Bishopthorpe. temporalities of the bishopric of Heath to John, late bishop of Cork, 

transferred to the church of Meath by Pope J[ohn]. By K. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the knights and other tenants of the said 

bishopric. 

June 25. The like to Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, 
York. to restore the temporalities of the abbey of Abyndon to John de Canyngges, 
the prior, preferred to be abbot thereof by B. bishop of Salisbury. 
Writ de intendemh directed to the knights and tenants of the abbey. 



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141 



1322. 

June 28. 
York. 



June 28. 
York. 



June 18. 
Haddlesey. 



June 25. 
York. 



June 27. 
York. 



June 25. 
York. 

June 28. 
York. 



July 8. 
York. 

June 28. 
York. 



June 6. 

Rothwell. 



Membrane 8 — cont. 

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Thomas de Burgh, 
king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, for the alienation in mortmain 
by Master Philip de Beverlaco, of 2 tofts, 10 acres of land, 5 acres of 
meadow and pasture for 11 oxen in Paghel to a chaplain to celebrate 
divine service daily in the chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, Molscroft, the 
said land, meadow and pasture being held in chief as of the honor of 
Albemarle by the service of 8rf. yearly. By K. 

Grant, at the request of Hugh le Despenser, the younger, to William 
Lovel of what pertains to the king of the marriage of Margery, late the 
wife of Henry de Valence, tenant in chief, to wit, the fine, if any, or 
forfeiture to be incurred by her by marrying without licence. By p.s. 

Protection until All Saints with clause volumus for James Sinobaldi of 
Florence, archdeacon of Winchester, staying beyond the seas on the king*s 
service in the company of R. bishop of Winchester. By K. 

The like for the under-mentioned persons staying with the said bishop, 
viz. — 

Bertrand de Asserio, parson of the church of Fresshwatre. 
John de Malmesbury, parson of the church of Dorkyng. 
Thomas de London, parson of the church of Muchehnerssh. 
Thomas de Bisshopeston. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master John de Wakefeld, 
chaplain, of 5 messuages, 2 shops, and a fourth part of a messuage in 
Wakefeld to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily for the souls of the 
said John, his father, mother, brothers, sisters, ancestors, and benefactors, 
and of all the faithful departed in the church of All Saints, Wakefeld. 

By fine of 1 mark. 

Notification that Alice, late the wife of Thomas, sometime earl of 
Lancaster, and daughter and heir of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, 
having entered into a recognisance of 20,000Z. in the king*s Chancery, pay- 
able on the first of August next, that if she retain the lands she has, or will 
have, without alienating them in whole or part, except by special licence of 
the king, the said recognisance is to be void and of none effect. French. 

ByK. 

Presentation of Richard de Luda to the church of Eelyngton in the 
diocese of York. By p.8. 

Licence, at the request of John, bishop of Norwich, the chancellor, for 
the prior and convent of Penteneye to acquire in mortmain land and rents 
to the value of 100s. a year. By E. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de Weston, and 
William de Lyndeseye and William de Couele, his servants. 

Pardon to John de Drayton, as an adherent of Bartholomew de 
Badelesmere, a rebel ; with restitution of his lands and goods, which had 
been taken into the king's hands. By p.s. 

Assignment to Gerard Johannis, Bonus Philippi and Peter Reyneri, king's 
merchants, merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, and their 
fellows of that society, of the issues of the customs on wool, . hides and 
wool-fells in the ports of London, Boston and Kyngeston upon Hull, until 
they are satisfied in the sum of 6,298/. Os. 6<i. to wit, in consideration of 
4,000^. which they have undertaken to advance to the king as a loan before 



142 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



* qort Membrane 8 — cant. 

Midsummer day, and of the under-mentioned sum 2,298/. Os. (Sd, ; and of 
any other sums in which the king shall be found to be bound to them ; the 
said sum of 2,298Z. Os. M, being made up of the following items : 298Z. 6J. 
for sums paid by them to divers persons in the 11th year of the king's 
reign ; a loan of 1,820/. paid in the Wardrobe at Gloucester 9 February 
last ; and a loan of 1,020 marks paid in the same Wardrobe 1 March last, 
as appears by three bills under the seal of Roger de Northburgh, bishop- 
elect of Coventry and Lichfield, then keeper of the Wardrobe. The barons 
and chamberlains of the Exchequer are to cause the issues of the said 
customs to be assigned to them, and the said merchants are to surrender at 
the Exchequer the said bills or other obligations as they receive payment, 
and upon final payment of their claims they are to deliver these letters 
patent at the Exchequer. By p.s. 

July 5. Licence for Walter Waldeshef and Joan his wife to enfeoff William de 

York. Wikkilwod, parson of the church of Boileston, of 8 messuages, 1 mill, 4 
bovates and 100 acres of land and the bailiwicks of the twt) foresterships of 
Hopedale with the appurtenances in Fairefeld, Bukstones and Hope, which 
are held in chief, and for the said William to re-grant the same to them 
and the heirs male of the body of the said Walter, with remainder as to the 
said mill and one messuage and 100 acres of land called * Couloue Bukstones ' 
in Fairfeld and Bukstones to Juliana, daughter and heir of the said Walter, 
and the heirs of her body with successive remainders to Elizabeth, Isabella, 
Joan and Margaret, daughters of the said Walter, and the heirs of their 
bodies, and to the right heirs of the said Walter, and with remainder as to 
another messuage, 8 bovates of the said land, and one bailiwick of the two 
foresterships, all late of Robert Balgi, in Hope, to Ralph son of James de 
Shirle, and the said Margaret and the heirs of her body, with remainder 
after their deaths to Juliana and the heirs of her body, with successive 
remainders to Elizabeth, Isabella, and Joan, the heirs of their bodies, and 
the right heirs of the said Walter : and as to one other messuage, one bovate 
of the said land and the other bailiwick of the foresterships in Hopedale, all 
late of John le Hore in Hope, with like remainder to Joan, Juliana, 
Elizabeth and Isabella, and the right heirs of the said Walter. 

By fine of 40». 

MEMBRANE 2. 

July 4. Writ of aid for Humphrey de Waleden, appointed to bring John son and 

York. heir of John de Ripariis, tenant in chief, a minor, to the king wherever he 

may be in England. By K. 

Pardon to William de Nevill of Calthom and Anabilla his wife of their 
outlawry and waiver in the county of York, because when convicted before 
the king of the disseisin of Roger son of Robert de Thornton of a tenement 
in Silton Paynel, they could not be found in order to be imprisoned and 
to satisfy the king for their ransoma therein ; provided they surrender to 
the prison of York and do as well to the king as the said Roger what 
according to the judgment of the king's Court they ought to do. 

By E. and pet. of C. 

Protection with clause nolwnus for one year for William le Barber of 
Heselyngfeld. 

June 80« Ratification, at the request of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, to 

York. Walter Curteys, of the custody, during pleasure, of the writs and rolls of 

the Bench, Dublin, lately granted to him by the king's lieutenant in 

Ireland and others of the king's Council there by letters patent sealed with 

the seal which the king uses in Ireland. 



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1 qoo Membrane 2 — cant. 

July 8. Safe conduct for Nicholas Cob, the master, and the men of the ship 

York. furnished with men, arniour, victuals and other necessaries granted in aid 
of the hosting for the Scotch war by the burgesses and good men of 
Whiteby, and which they are sending to John Perbroun, admiral of the 
fleet in those parts, to stay there for six weeks at their own cost in his 
company on the king's service. 

June 80. Mandate to William Bacon to deliver by indenture the castle of Somerton 

York. to Thomas de Grey, to whom the king has committed, during pleasure, the 

custody thereof, so that he be answerable for the issues thereof at the 

Exchequer. By p.s. 

June 5. Protection with clause nolunnis, for one year, for William de Overton, 

York. chaplain. 

July 5. Grant to David de Doultyng, chaplain, of a chantry in the manor of 

York. Wumbrelegh. By p.s. 

The like to Walter Hirdman, chaplain, of the chantry of Rengeworth. 

By p.s. 

July 6. Simple protection without clause, for one year, for John de Sancto 

York. Amando. 

• 

July 6. Mandate to Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, 

York. to deliver the temporalities of the priory of Bermundseye to Walter de 

Diluiz, preferred to be prior thereof by Peter, the prior of La Charity, of 

which house it is a cell, the king having accepted such preferment and 

restored the temporalities thereof. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the priory. 

June 24. Mandate to John Bustard and Thomas Fairfax, as commissioners of array, 

York. iq muster the levies from the wapentake of Anysty in the Westrithyng by 

Sunday next at Wetherby. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like to the commissioners of array in the Westriding [see pj), 98-100.] 
to muster their levies at Wetherby. [Pari. Writs.'] 

The like to the same in the East Riding and the North Riding to muster 
their levies at Malton in Rydale on the same day. [Pari. Writ^.] 

Afterwards these letters were renewed under date 80 June, the king being 
at York, directing the levies to meet on the then following Sunday, except 
as to the town and liberty of Kyngeston upon Hull. [Pari, Writs.] 

June 80. The like to John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, to muster his 

\ork. contingent for Richmondshire on the following Sunday at some certain 

place. [Pari. WriU.] • By K. 

July 2. The like to Robert de Brampton and Richard de Denton, commissioners 

York. of array in Cumberland, countenuanding the muster at Newcastle, and 
directing them to obey Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, in all that con- 
cerns the defence of the Marches. [Pari. YFnto.] By K. 

The like to the following in the under- mentioned counties : — 

Weatmoroland | f^^' ^? Stirkland t j^y^^ ^^ ^ ^^^^ 

} John de Lancastre ) 

[Pari. IVriU.] 



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1009 MEMBRANE 1. 

July 6. Mandate to Master John Walewayn, the escheator beyond Trent, to 

York. deliver the temporalities of the priory of Bermundseye to Walter de 
Deluiz preferred, as before set forth, to be prior of that house. 
Writ de intendendo in pursuance to the tenants of the priory. 

July 6. Pardon to William de Greyvill, a rebel. 

York. 

July 6. Licence for Bertram de Staynton to enfeoff Thomas de Wendeslawe, 

York. parson of the church of Edelyngton, of the manor of StayHton by Tykhull, 

same held in chief as of the honor of Tykhull, and for the latter to re-grant the 

to the said Bertram and Mary his wife and the heirs of his body, with 

remainder to Henry le Scrop and his heirs. By E. 

July 4. Grant, during pleasure to Edmund, earl of Kent, the king's brother, of 

York. the castle of Okham, co. Rutland, with the shrievalty, hundreds, knights' 

fees, advowsons of churches, free chapels, religious houses and hospitals, 

together with markets, fairs, parks, woods, warrens, chaces, free fisheries, 

liberties and free customs appertaining to the said castle. By p.s. 

Mandate to Ivo de Aldeburgh to deliver to him the said castle together 
with the said shrievalty, which are in his custody. By p.s. 

Pardpn to Simon son of John de Sutton of Boston of his outlawry in the 
county of Lincoln for not appearing before the king to satisfy him of that 
which pertains to him when the said Simon was convicted on a plea of 
trespass brought against him in the same court by Lambert de Hippetoft of 
Algerkirk. 

July 4. Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Selkyston and Roger de 

York Gildesburgh, king's clerks, to audit the accounts of all receivers, bailiffs and 
keepers of the lands and goods late of Thomas, sometime earl of Lancaster, 
and other rebels and persons in the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, 
Dorset, Wilts, Gloucester, Southampton, Hereford, Worcester, Oxford, 
Berks, Bedford, Buckingham, Warwick, Leicester, and Salop, and which 
by forfeiture for rebellion or for other causes have been, or are in the king's 
hands, such receivers, bailiffs and keepers being bound to render account ; 
and also the accounts of all those, who are bound to account for the time 
in which they have been either receivers of the said earl and other rebels, 
and of others also who are still bound to do so ; with power to the said 
Robert and Roger, and either of them to do all things pertaining to the 
receiver of such accounts ; and all such receivers, bailiffs and keepers are to 
obey them. By K. 

The like of the following : — 

Henry de Leycestre and William de Oterhampton in the counties of 
Nottingham, Lincoln, Northampton, Rutland, Huntingdon, Cam- 
bridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Hertford, Middlesex, London, Kent, 
Surrey and Sussex. 

Simon de Baldreston, and Master Thomas de Cheddeworth, in the 
counties of Derby, Stafford, Lancaster, Chester and Wales. 

Henry de Athelastre and Walter de Bredon in the counties of York, 
Cumberland, Westmoreland and Northumberland. 

Mandate in pursuance to Richard de Rodeneye and Roger Beler to cause 
the said Robert de Selkyston and Roger de Gildesburgh to have views of the 
accounts of the said receivers, bailiffs and keepers in the above counties 
which were held before the said Richard and Roger at the quinzaine of 
Trinity last past, so that the said auditors may more advisedly bring the 
said accounts to an end. 



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^tyan Membrane 1 — cont. 

The like to the said Richard and Roger to produce before Henry de 
Leycestre and William de Oterhampton the accounts for the counties above* 
named, to be audited b^ them. Et erant clausa. 

The like to the same for the production before Simon de Baldreston and 
Master Thomas de Cheddesworth of the accounts for the counties above- 
named to be audited by them. Et erant clausa. 

The like to the same for the production before Henry de Athelastre and 
Walter de Bredon of the accounts for the counties above-named to be audited 
by them. Et erant clausa. 

Mandate to the said Robert de Selkyston and Roger de Gildesburgh to 
ascertain as well by views of the said accounts as by the tenants, free men 
and bondmen of the said lands, and in every other legitimate way, what 
goods and chattels were in the said lands at the time of their caption into 
the king's hands, which ought to belong to him, and which have been since 
removed for the profit of other persons, and "by whom and in what manner, 
and in whose hands they now are, so that the said auditors may certify 
thereof to the justices of oyer and terminer, whom the king is about to send 
to determine touching these trespasses. Et erant clausa. 

The like to Henry de Leycestre and William de Oterhampton. 

The like to Simon de Baldreston and Master Thomas de Cheddesworth. 

The like to Henry de Athelastre and Walter de Bredon. Et erant clausa. 

Mandate to the said Robert de Selkyston and Roger de Gildesburgh to 
receive the views of the accounts to be delivered to them by the said Richard 
de Rodeneye and Roger Beler and to make a final audit of the same, first 
having acquired information of the goods and chattels which were on the 
said lands at the date of their caption into the king's hands, which ought 
to be accounted for to the king, so that the said auditors may be the better 
able to provide for the full exoneration therein of the said receivers. 

Et erant clausa. 

The like mandate to Henry de Leycestre and William de Oterhampton. 
The like to Simon de Baldreston and Master Thomas de Cheddesworth. 
The like to Henry de Athelastre and Walter de Bredon. Et erant clausa. 

July 6. Licence for John Gerounde to grant to Humphrey de Waleden and his 

York. heirs a third part of the manor of Perendon co. Essex, and the advowson 

of a third part of the church thereof, which are held in chief as of the 

honor of Boulogne. By fine of 405. 

July 5. Grant to John Talebot and his heirs of 28s. id. of rent in Swanyngton 

York. with the homages and services of Alan Talebot, Roger Godebert, and John 
son of Richard Page, king's tenants in that town, together with views of 
frank pledge, and the court of the other king's tenants there, and all the other 
liberties and free customs, which Thomas, late earl of Lancaster, ever held 
there, and which as an escheat have come into the king's hands. Grant 
also of the king's reversion in a virgate of land there, late of the said earl, 
which John le Mazon holds for life. By E. 

July 6. Grant to Edmund, earl of Arundel, to whom the king had granted in 

York. tail male all the houses, gardens, rents and all other appurtenances within 

the gate of Alegate, in the city of London, late of Bartholomew de 

24962 K 



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Membrane 1 — cont, 

Badelesmere, a rebel, that he may hold the same quit of all tallages, aids 
and contributions whatsoever which could be exacted from him to the 
king's use by reason of the said premises. By p.s. 



Feb. 8. 
Gloaoester. 



MEMBRANE 81(2. 

Commission to John Bandolf, William de Hardene and William de 
Northho to deliver the gaol of Old Sarum. 



Feb. 9. 
Gloucester. 



MEMBRANE 3(W. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to William le Botiller of Wemme, 
John de la Barewe and Henry de Hambury on complaint by Geoffrey de 
Wolseleye, parson of the chapel of Marchumleye, that Philip de Say, 
parson of the church of Hodenet, John, vicar of the church of Ellesmere, 
Richard de Rugge, John de Merton of Ellesmere, Llewelin Voyl, ' forester,' 
Richard son of David de Wemme, Adam de Upton, William de Otleye, 
Madoc de Kyrcoyt, Edeneuet le Budel, Thomas Russel, Robert le (sic) 
Say, and Robert his son, Walter de Wygan, Robert son of Hugh de Say, 
Thomas Ostage, John de Markeleye, William de Parys of Hodenet, Robert 
de Parys, Hugh le Carpenter, Andrew le Carpenter, Nicholas son of Henry 
le Pestour, William Page, William Sutekyn, Thomas de Say, Hugh 
Barel, William de Holme, Thomas Cole of Prez, Henry le Clerk, Alan le 
Mercer of Hodenet and others carried away his goods at Marchumleye, co. 
Salop, besieged him within his dwelling place there for two days and 
more, so that neither he nor his servants could go forth for victuals, or 
others enter it, assaulted his servants and compelled some of them to 
swear not to serve him longer and without delay to depart from his 
service, whereby he could scarcely find any who would dare to serve 
him. 

Altered by the keepers of the seal because it was sealed at anotlier time. 



Feb. 22. 

Weston sub 

Edge, 



MEMBRANE 28(2. 

Appointment of John de Cherleton, mayor of the merchants of the 
staple of wool and wool-fells, after recital of the regulations for the export 
of wools, &c., as a justice to enquire touching offences against the 
ordinance of the staple in the city of London, and the counties of York, 
Lincoln, Nottingham, Southampton, Dorset, Norfolk and Suffolk, with 
power to inflict fines on offenders, the amounts of which he is to certify 
to the king. By K. 

Association of Adam de Brom with him in the foregoing commission. 

ByK. 

Afterwards, 8 August 16 Edward 11, Adam deBrom, Simon Chaumber- 
leyn, Peter de Lodyngton, and John de Blyton were associated with the 
said mayor in the counties of York and Lincoln. 

On the same day the following were associated with him in the 
following counties : — 

The said Adam, John de Tichebum, John de Insula and William le 
Whaite in th$ counties of Southampton and Dorset, 



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147 



1322. 



Memhram^ 28(1 — cont. 

The said Adam, Peter de Lodyngton, Nicholas Fastolf, and Henry 

Rose, in the said last-named counties. 
The said Adam, John Gabriel, and William le Wayte, in the county 

of Sussex. 



Feb. 22. 

Weston sub 
Edge. 



MEMBRANE 27d. 



Commission to Richard de Wyndesore, Thomas Golafre, and William 
de Bumcestre to deliver the gaol of the town of Oxford. 



March 2. 
Weston. 

March 1. 
Coventry. 



March 24. 
Pontefract. 



March 25. 
Pontefract. 



March 26. 
Pontefract. 



MEMBRANE 26d. 

Commission to Henry de Cobham, Edmund de Passele and John de 
Ifeld to deliver the gaol of Canterbury. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford, Henry Spy- 
gurnel and William de Herle, on complaint by Katherine de Stafford, prioress 
of Nonne Eton, that William de Baggeworth, Walter de Blebury, and 
William Talebot, with others, broke her house and chests at Nonne Eton, 
CO. Warwick, and carried away her goods. By K. 

The like to John Bacon, John de Radendale, and John Claver, by a jury 
of CO. York [rectius Norfolk], touching the persons who with Richard de 
Mutford, William Botre, William Osyel, John Oysel, Richard de Gapton 
Thomas Norman, John Hervi of Hengham, William Hervi, Gilbert de 
Wramplyngham, John Adam and John de Toftes carried away the goods of 
Anselm le Mareschal at Hengham, and assaulted his servants. By E. 

Association of John Inge in the room of John de Treiagu, in a 
commission issued to the said John de Treiagu, Thomas Lercediakne and 
Henry de Chaumbemon touching the wrecking at the Lysard, co. Cornwall, 
of a ship, called tlie ship of St. Bartholomew of Bilvau, laden at le Swyne in 
Flanders by Sancius Fronyz and John de Burgis, merchants of Spain, when 
on a voyage to that country. 

Vacated because otherwise belou\ 

Commission to Thomas Lercediakne, John Inge and Henry de Chaum- 
bemon touching a complaint by Sanccius de Froniz and John de Burgis, 
merchants of Spain, that, whereas a ship called the ship of St. Bartholomew 
of Bilvau, of Spain, laden at La Swyne in Flanders with cloth, jewels, 
herrings and other goods of the said complainants and other merchants of 
Spain, to the value of 6,000/., in returning to Spain was wrecked upon the 
coast near the Lysard, co. Cornwall, certain persons took and carried away 
the said goods when cast on shore to the great loss of the complainants. 
Upon this matter John son of Alfonso, sometime king (regis) of Castile and 
Leon, having prayed the king to cause restitution of their goods to be made 
to the complainants, the king, — although by an inquisition made at his 
suit by John de Foxle, John de Stonoro and William do Fulboum on these 
goods it was found that no animal had escaped alive from the said ship, 
whereby the wares ought to belong to the king as wreck of sea, — wishing 
full justice to be done to the complainants the more so as the prayers of 
his said kinsman have been made on their behalf, assigns the above-named 
justices to enquire by oath as well of merchants and mariners as of other good 
men of the county of Cornwall whether the said ship was cast upon that coast, 
and when ; what goods were cast ashore, how much of them belonged to the 



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1322. 



Membrane 2Qd — cont. 

complainants and of what value, and how much to others and of what 
value, and by whom were the same taken and carried away and by whom 
are they now detained; whether any animal escaped ashore alive; and 
whether the complainants by themselves or others sued for restitution of 
their goods within a year and a day of the said tempest ; and to do justice 
by causing restitution of the goods to be made, or the v^ue thereof, and to 
hear and determine the trespass committed against them in this behalf. 

ByK. 



March 18. 
Blyth. 



March 25. 
Pontefraot. 



March 25. 
Pontefract. 



MEMBRANE 25d. 

Commission de walliis et fossoHs to Walter de Freskeneye, Robert de 
MaJberthorp and Roger de Gupledyk, for the coast between places called 
Tydbrigge and Surfletbrigge in Holand, co. Lincoln. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph de Cammoys, John de Bousser 
and William de Northho, on complaint by Robert de Stanegrave that 
William de Inyngfeld, Walter atte MuUe, John le Botiller of Wolkstede, 
William de Tauelherst, Roger de Caleghton, Joan de Codestone and Henry 
her son, and William de Hodekesham, with others, broke his park at 
Stanegrave, co. Surrey, hunted therein. By K. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said Robert that 
Henry Walkelyn, Gregory de Rokesle, Hamo de Rugge and Peter de Rugge 
of Hokyndenne, with others, entered his free warren at Hokyndenne, 
CO. Kent, and hunted therein. By E. 



March 28. 
Pontefraot. 



March 24. 
Pontefract. 

March 26. 
Pontefraot. 



MEMBRANE Ud. 

Commission to Ralph Savage, Hamo de Chigewell and Walter de Shorn 
to render judgment upon Henry Tyes and John Giffard of Brymmesfeld, 
traitors, according to the tenor of a schedule, which the king is sending 
to them under his half seal {suh pede sigilli sui) ; mandate to them to meet 
at the Tower of London on a day to be appointed by them to pronounce 
judgment in the form aforesaid ; with mandate to the sheriffs of the city 
of London to be intendant to the said commissioners on the day appointed 
by them for the execution of the said judgment. By K. 

The like to the said Ralph and Walter to render judgment upon Francis 
de Aldeham and Bartholomew de Asshbumham, traitors, at Canterbury. 

By K. 

The like to Nicholas Eyriel, James de Horn and Robert Paulyn to render 
judgment upon Thomas Colpeper, a traitor, at Winchelse. By K. 

The like to Ralph de Camoys and John de Shopenhanger to render 
judgment upon Francis de Aldeham, a traitor, at Wyndesore. By K. 

The like to John Inge and Thomas de Marlebergh to render judgment 
upon William Flemyng, a traitor, at Kaerdyf . By K. 

The like to Richard Lovel, Richard de Rodeneye and Richard Tilly to 
render judgment upon Henry de Wylyngton and Henry de Monte Forti, 
traitors, at Bristol. By K. 

The like to Roger de Swynnerton, Hamo de Chigwell and John Waldesshef 
to render judgment upon Henry Tyes, a traitor, at the Tower of London. 

ByK. 



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149 



1322. 

Maich 25. 
Pontefraot. 



April 28. 
Pontefraot. 



April 28. 
York. 



March 24. 
Pontefntct. 



Membrane 2id — cont. 

The like to Henry de Cobeham, Edmund de Passele, John de Ifeld and 
Ralph Sauvage to render judgment upon Bartholomew de Badelesmere, a 
traitor, at Canterbury. By E. 

The like to John Inge, Robert de Paneris, David de Bere and Reginald 
de Frome to render judgment upon Stephen Baret, a 'traitor, at Swaneseye. 

ByK. 

The like to Peter de Hebon, John Danesleye and John de Hampton to 
render judgment upon John Giffard of Brymmesfeld, a traitor, at Gloucester. 

ByK. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Kylvyngton, Master Thomas 
de Levesham and John de Wykham touching the persons who took and 
carried away the goods, late of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, a traitor, at 
Pykeryng and Esyngwald, co. York, notwithstanding that the king had 
taken all the castles, manors and goods of the said earl into his hands. 

ByK. 

The like to Roger Beler, John Chaynel and Henry de Hambury touching 
the persons who took and carried away goods, late of the said earl, and of 
other rebels and persons at Lynderiche, Thornton, Baggeworth, Desford, 
Donynton, Swynlond, Shelton, Petlyng, Luttreworth, Hynkele, Melton, 
Stapelford, Thurgaston, Broghton Astele, Shepeshede, Loughteburgh, 
Beaumanoir, Hukelescote, Ernesby and Fretheby co. Leicester. By K. 

The like to the same touching like goods at Tottebury, Yoxhale, Sondon, 
Neuchastel, Blythewode, Snelleston, Bromshulf , Trentam Priors, Kel, Helegh, 
Tunstal, Eendon, Fenton Vivian, Staundon, Cressewell, Tilynton, Chetelton, 
Russheton, Alstanefeld, and Knyghtelegh, co. Stafford. By K. 

The like to the same touching like goods at Duffeld, Beaurepair, Wirkes- 
worth, Hertyndon, Melborn, Asshebom, Chaumpayn Park, Burghes, 
Matlak, Bonteshale, Bogh, Kenil, the forest of Duffeld, Dalbury, Longeford, 
Haversegge, Bradbom, Howgh, Thurvaston, Longelegh, Brassynton, Thorp, 
Bredelowe and Chelardeston, co. Derby. By K. 

The like to Alan de Cobeldyk, John de la Cotere and Peter de Soremby 
touching like goods at Halton, Brocelby, Thoresby, Bache, Waynflet, 
Stepyng, Bolingbrok, Wrangele, Frith, Swaveton, Sutton, Lincoln, Lafford, 
Gretham, Beltesford, Horblyng, Thorleye, Burreth, Nocton, Tathewell, 
Kesceby, Salfletby, Somercotes, Kateby, Cavenby, Wolyngham by Stowe 
St. Mary, Tetteford, Grymmesby, Kelleseye, Perteneye and Chedelthorp, 
[rectius Thedelthorp] co. Lincoln. By K. 



March 25. 
Pontefraot. 

April 8. 
Altofts. 



MEMBRANE 22d, 

Commission to John de Eyncourt and Richard de Whatton to deliver the 
gaol of Peterborough of prisoners confined therein. 

Commission to William de Claydon and Hugh de Hampslape, — after 
recital that whereas in the time of Edward I and of the king wastes 
in the forests beyond Trent had been arrented by commissioners to divers 
men, which wastes some hold by charters of Edward I and of the 
king, and some without charters, by arrentations to be rendered at the 
Exchequer, and whereas many of such tenants have occupied a great part 
of the soil in the said forests beyond the number of acres arrented to 



150 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



TO no Membrane 2%l — conU 

them, and many others hold divers wastes in the same forests of the 
demise of ministers and others who had no power to make such demises, 
without rendering anything to the king, — to survey all wastes in the said 
forests, from the date of the last eyre of the justices of the Forest of the 
late king to the date hereof, whether arrented by Edward I or the king ; to 
re-measure by the perch of the forest those wastes in the presence of those 
to whom they had been arrented or of their heirs or of the tenants thereof, 
viewing also all charters and arrentations which they have thereof ; to enquire 
by oath as well of foresters, verderers and other ministers of the forest as of 
other good and lawful men of the Said forests what wastes in the same 
forests have been committed by ministers or others not having power to do so, 
to tenants, and to whom and in what manner, viz. whether to the king's loss 
or prejudice, or not ; to take into the king's hand the entire soil, which beyond 
the number of acres arrented as aforesaid, they shall find by such re-measure- 
ment unduly occupied, and also those wastes which have been so committed 
by ministers and others having no authority ; and to certify the king of 
their entire action therein, and of the quantity of wastes taken by them 
into his hand. Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, keeper of the said 
forests is to cause to come before them as well foresters, verderers and 
other ministers of the said forests as other good and lawful men of his 
bailiwick by whom the truth can better be known. By K. 



MEMBRANE 2W. 

May 10. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Cantebrigg, Robert de Thorp 
York. and Simon de Brunne on complaint by Peter de Salso Marisco that 
Simon de Drayton, Robert Alayn of Lufwyk, Thomas son of Robert 
Louerd of Lufwik, and Roger and William his brothers, William Wymund 
of Lufwyk, Simon son of Henry de Drayton, Roger son of Thomas Cursun 
of Lufwyk, William son of Rialph de Burton, Robert de Quemdon and 
Robert Maggesson, with others, led and carried away 11 horses, 4 mares, 
8 oxen, 8 steer, 7 cows, 140 sheep and 8 pigs of his of the price of 40Z., 
and other goods of his at Overton Lungevill, co. Huntingdon, and assaulted 
his serv'ants. By K. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 



MEMBRANE 20c/. 

April 14. Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Malberthorp, William de 
Pontefract. Clyf, Peter de Ludyngton and William de Farford, on complaint by Henry 
le Lavender and Richard le Littel, late king's bailiffs of the city of Lincoln, 
that whereas the bailiffs of that city ought to have cognisance of pleas of 
lands and tenements within that city and the suburbs thereof, and also of 
trespasses and contracts made there, amends of the breach of assize of 
breaii and ale, gabel, toll, and other such customs and services and amerce- 
ments arising there, in aid of the farm of that city ; and whereas they as 
bailiffs came to a place within the city, called * Le Bayl ' to perform the 
duties of their office, Walter de Hauvill, John his son, William de Snarte- 
ford, the elder, Roger du Soler, John his son, Theobald le Spicer, Robert de 
Leverton, * tavemer,* John de Wynchocombe, Thomas * Masse brother de 
Hauvill,' Alan le. Pestur, Ralph Bour, Peter Jowell, Henry de Filyngham, 
Henry le Sauser, Gilbert le Scryveyn, John le Coteller, Robert de Neuport, 
* souter,* William de Snarteford, the younger, Geoffrey de Frothingham, 
John * Geffrci brother de Frothingham,' Roger do Dalderby, Peter Wade, 



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-innc) Membrane 20rf — cont» 

William le Barber, John his son, John de Mumby, Gilbert de Bliburgh, 
Richard Findelove, Robert de Billing, 'tavemer,' John le Pestour and 
William le Ferrour with others resisted them and prevented them from 
making summons, distraints or attachments and from duly performing the 
duties of their said office. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

The like on behalf of the underwritten, late bailiffs of that city, viz. — 
Robert Hare, \ Henry Stoyle, ) 

William Ryvet, ^ Adam de Misen, \ 

By K. on the like information. 

MEMBRANE Idd. 

May 11. Commission of oyer and terminer to Stephen de Segrave, John Pecche, 

York. Walter de Friskeneye and Robert de Malberthorp touching forestallers in 

the city of York, on complaint by the magnates in the Parliament of York 

that provisions are dearer than before the king's arrival, and that forestallers 

of London and of York are the cause of this deamess. By pet. of C. 



MEMBRANE I8d, 

April 28. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Foxle and John de Ifeld, 
Bothwell. on complaint by John Junctyn and his fellows, merchants of the society of 
the Peruchi of Florence, that, whereas they had laded a ship with 85 sacks 
of wool of the price of 500 marks at London, to be taken thence to 
Sandwich for sale, Robert Six of Sandwich, William Hardy of Gravesende, 
Robert Doget of Smalliden, John de Markesham of SmaUiden, Funtanus 
de Middelton, Brian de Scesaltre, and Geoffrey Joye of Hoo with others 
boarded the ship in the river between the isle of Shepeye and Greyston on 
her way to Sandwich, and took and carried away the wool ; the jury to be 
of the county of Kent. 

May 20. The like to Robert de Stokheye, John de Treiagu, and John de Fosse, on 
York. complaint by William de Ebbeworth of Tavystok, by petition exhibited 
before the king and Council, that, whereas he lately freighted a ship called 
the * TUimund of Plemmewe ' with cloth, linen, canvas, iron, wax, and 
other goods for conveyance to Sutton, certain persons of the towns of 
Waymewe and Portland and the neighbouring parts attacked the ship on 
her voyage to Sutton during one whole day and more, and at last boarded 
her in the port of the water of Lyme on the confines of the counties of 
Devon and Dorset, carried away the said merchandise, scuttled the 
ship, and sunk her in the said port, and assaulted the mariners, merchants 
and others that were in her ; the jury to be of the said counties. 

By pet. of C. and fine of 208. 



MEMBRANE I7d, 

May 18. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Begrave, the elder, Edmund 

York. de Eyncourt, John de Foxle, Walter de Friskeneye, Robert de Aspale and 
John de Heslarton, on information that the following persons acting in 4he 
name and with the authority (yocey nomhie et svjno) of the commonalty of 
the town of Gantebrigg attaicked and spoiled divers inns of the masters 
and scholars of the University, climbed the walls, broke the doors and 



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Menibrane lid — emit. 

windows, mounted by ladders into the solers and assaulted the said 
masters and scholars, imprisoned some, mutilated others of their members, 
and killed Walter de Shelton, parson of the church of Welton, carried 
away all they could of the books and other goods of all the masters and 
scholars, so that no person dare go to the University of the said town for 
study, to wit : — Simon de Reefham, mayor of the town of Cantebrigg, 
William de Sledmere John Pourfisshe and Robert de Bury, bailiflfs of the 
town, John Pittock of Oantrebrigg, clerk, Hugh Flemyng, William Scot, 
Walter le Flesshemonger, Walter le Deken, Edmund de Briggestrete, 
William Remyng, John Flemyng, Roger le Koke, * flesshemonger/ Robert 
Spumgolde, John Andreu, Ivo le Flesshemonger, John Snel, Thomas de 
Kymberle, John de Kymberle, Richard de Kymberle, James Brekemast, 
Robert Martin, Richard le Tableter, John * Richardsman le Tableter,* 
Nicholas le Spicer, Walter le Pardoner, John le Sadeler, John son of 
Richard le Fruemonger {sic), Hugh de Thomham, William le Pultere, 
John de Snaylwell, William de Barnton and John his son, Walter de 
Gasele, Simon le Sherman, Richard de Modibrok, John de Brunne, 
William le Forester, John de Leyk, Robert de Pyncebek, William de 
Thackestede, Robert de Clay, * shereman,' Robert Dunnyng, John de Acre, 
Thomas le Tumour, Roger de Sancto Neoto, Richard de Thackestede, 
Roger Wakewo, Geoffrey de Thackestede, Roger Fouk, Geoffrey de Ely, 
John Utlagh, Robert de Bilton, William de Brigg, Richard Matelask, John 
de Denford, Robert le Golsmith, Henry le Golsmith, John de Tychewell, 
John de Cumberton, * sherman,' Edmund le Taillour, John Baroun, 
Robert le Shereman, John Knyvet, Henry de Toft, Robert le Taverner, 
William Carbonel, Alexander de Chesterton, Robert de Tychewell, John de 
Trumpyngton, John de Chaumpes, Geoffrey Gereweye, John le Taverner, 
William Godeyer, John Coulyng, John de Biteryng, Robert le 
Barbour, Reginald de Trumpyngton, Reginald le Ledebeter, Stephen 
Godesone, Thomas de Leycestre, Peter le Smith, Thomas Lorimer, John de 
Sheccheford, Henry Swalowe, William Lorimer, Richard de Roderham, 
Ralph le Bakester, Richard de Talworth, Henry le Baker, Richard le 
Baker, Thomas le Fourbur, Thomas le Garlekemonger, Guy le Spicer and 
John his son, Walter de Salesbury, David le Souter, John Payn, Robert de 
Pagrave, John de Nichole, John Edward, John de Hornyngeserih', Thomas 
le Surgien, Henry le Shereman, Thomas * Jonesman Edward,' Robert le 
Sheresman, Thomas son of Robert le Sheresman, and Adam his brother, 
Robert le Souter, William de Disse, William de Bodekisham, Peter le 
Homer, Adam de Essex, William Aloum, William le Spicer, William le 
Longesouter, Thomas le Latoner, William de Tyd, Roger le Wolmonger, 
Richard le Geldere, Ralph le Fisshere, John Dukes, * le greyndre,' John le 
Baker, John Sponge, Henry le Glover, William de Haselingfeld, John le 
Mareschal, Simon de Helpyngham, Adam de Derham, Alexander le 
Beer, John de Shuldam, Bemard le Baker, William Tuillet, Andrew 
le Smith, Alan de Reefham, Henry le Fletchere, Robert Tuillet, Richard 
Tuillet, Robert de Gritton, Richard Garde, John Pawe, and Nicholas, 
Wilham and John, his sons, Alan de Badburgham, John de Ware, 
William de Castre, Robert de Fulbourn, Benedict de Byri, Ralph de 
Reefham, Hugh le Tavemer, Ralph Balle, John le Clerk, Walter de 
Talworth, W3liam Pope, Ivo de Helpyngham, Thomas de Barenton, 
Richard le Barbour, John Pylat, James son of Agnes le Fisshere, 
William de Lenn, William Scoler, William de Biry, John Fykes, Brice 
de Reefham, John Brice, John le Fisshere, Gilbert de Chateriz, 
Robert le Baker, Henry de Berton, Laurence le Deer, John le Spenser, 
Robert Hassock, Ancelm de Costesseye, William le Whelwright, Thomas 



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1 009 Membrane lid — cont. 

Niket, Roger de Heneye, John de la Sale, Robert Skot, William Seman, 
Robert le Longe, John de Lingewode, William de Hundercle, the elder, 
William de Hindercle, the younger, Robert le Barker, Henry de Beche, 
Laurence de Hadenham, William atte Gate, John Robelyarde, Adam de 
Boiingeye, Alan le Walshe, Bartholomew le Walshe, Robert de Pikeryng, 
William atte Eyrkegate, Robert le Spicer, Robert le Chaundeler, Alexander 
le Barber, Henry de Triplowe, Richard de Ermedru, Elias le Baker, 
Bartholomew Moriz, John Freblode, Roger de Costeseye, Simon de Braddele, 
Richard de Tripelowe, William le Antoner, Geoffrey Duk', Bartholomew le 
Barker, Robert de Comberton, Henry de Wynpole, Walter de Bedeford, 
Matthew le Barker, John le Lytester, Andrew de Hiche, Simon atte Ponde, 
Richard de Mordone, John Moriz, James Godelomb, Geoffrey de Wardeboys, 
William de Sledmere, Walter de Coten, William le Heyward, William de 
Wrestlingworth, Humphrey de Berkyng, Robert atte Ponde, William de 
Brunne, Peter de Neuwenham, Peter de Bemyngham, John Breton, William 
atte Howes, John Berfot, Rrobert Ballard, Richard Portjoye, Henry le 
Barbour, Laurence le Taillour, William Holaye, William Pellur, Ralph 
de Comberton, Roger de Haselyngfeld, Stephen le Furbour, Geoffrey de 
Tichewell, Henry le Smith, John Kyng, John le Pasteymonger, Thomas do 
Snaylwell, John de Snoryng, Alan de domo Sancti Petri, Robert Thurrok, 
Humphrey de Pyncebek, John de Maidenston, Alexander de Bodekysham, 
John de Comberton, Simon de Chesterton, John do Sancto Neoto, Albred 
le Mercer, and William le Toller of Cantebrigg. [Pari, Writs ; Fwdera,] 

By pet. of C. 

The like to the same justices, on complaint by Arnold de Tyle, clerk, that 
the above-named persons came to his inn at Cantebrige, assaulted and 
wounded him, and took and carried away his goods. By pet. of C. 

May 18. The like to the same justices on like complaint by James de Ispania, 
York. clerk. By pet. of C. 

May 18. The like to the same justices on like complaint by Hugh Gemoun, 

York. parson of the church of Elkesleye. By pet. of C. 

May 18. The like to the same justices on like complaint by John de la Haye, 
York. clerk. By pet. of 0. 

MEMBRANE 16<i. 

April 25. Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Herle, John de Bousser 
Rothwell. and Adam de Brom, touching the persons who led and took away horses, 
stud horses {equitia)^ and other animals and cattle, and also divers goods 
late of Hugh le Despenser, the younger, in Glaumorgan, Morganno, and 
Cantredemaure, and of other rebels in the said lands, and in the lands of 
Gower, Cantrevaghan, Breghenok, Blenleveny, Talgar, Brentles, Usk, 
Kerleoun, and Caldecote, which by forfeiture of the said rebels ought to 
remain over to the king; and after the said lands came into the king's 
hands hunted in the parks, woods, chaces, and free warrens therein, fished 
in the stanks and stews, cut down trees, took ransoms of divers men of 
those lands who were of the king's allegiance, carried away their goods, and 
set free without any mandate or authority certain of the king's enemies who 
had been taken. 

May 6. The like to Thomas de Gardinis, Richard de la Bere, John le Botiller of 

York. Lanultut and Thomas de Achecote, on complaint by William Aylmer, 

parson of the church of Dadyngton, that Richard de la Ryvere, knight, 



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1322. Membrane IQd — cont. 

Gilbert atte Rugge, John Lovekyn, Henry Sociis (sic), Juliana la Cartere, 
John de Wockesegh, Thomas le Neweman, William atte Humewest, 
Juliana Hobbes, Alice Garkeborwes, John Morkok, clerk, Joan la Keu of 
Hampton, Margery Gunnild, Juliana Lavender, Isabella Stretende, Alice 
Chaumpeneys of Shryvenham, Juliana Gilotes, William atte Hume, John 
DoUe, William Eyng of Bisshopeston, John le Kyng, William Bonenfaunt, 
the elder, Laurence le Eyer, Thomas Wynsom, John de Wyrston, James 
le Hayward, William atte Mulle, Henry le Fevre of Hanydon, John 
son of Robert de Stratton, Ralph Moreles, John Sturmy of Wachenesfeld, 
William Carkeborwe, Thomas Guneld, Agnes Walteres, William 
Elizabeth*, Henry * Thequeneheyward,' John Cheverel, Isabella Chesman, 
William Countesse, Margery atte Mulle, Hugh de Tyngewyk, Joan Amye, 
Henry le Fevre of Worth, William Revehyne, Juliana Huwes, Richard 
Gardiner, Thomas le White, John de Ludynton, chaplain, Matilda Henries, 
Richard Horard, Joan Jammes, John son of Stephen le Budel, John Crume 
of Farendon, Adam le Revehyne of Sevenhampton, John de Bereford, 
Christiana, late the wife of Hugh le Portmon, William son of Richard 
Michel of Wotton, Peter le Coupere of Wotton, Eva le Brewestere, Richard 
de Perle of Drayton by Abyndon, John {sic), John le Heward of Sutton by 
Abyndon, John, vicar of the church of Hanydon, William le Longe of 
Stratton, Walter Orgoyl, Walter Wallop, Robert Chubbe, Matilda Wadele, 
Roger Lente, Joan, late the wife of Richard de Lente, Nicholas le Duk, 
Thomas Blissote, Walter Coche, Robert James and Agnes his wife, John le 
Fevre, Thomas Joce, Nicholas Walteres, Richard Scot, William Scot, John 
Scot, Robert * Jonesservant de Lente,* William Coppyng, William Leche, 
Thomas Cate, William Maundevill, and John his brother, WiUiam Plumer, 
William Selewyn, Amice Jamys, Matthew Pycot, Walter le Cartere, 
Thomas le Fullere, Henry Estevene, John Jamys, Richard Brian, William 
le Clerk, William Henries of Westrop, Roger le Keu of Worth, Walter de 
Hayndon, Matilda Culby, Henry Kyng of Bluntesdon, Henry le Jugelour 
of Lechelade, Henry, vicar of the church of Inglesham, William 
* Themerkeresbaillif,* Richard Hughesone, Joan Bagge, Philip Costard, 
Roger * Thebaillif of the hundred of Worth,* Adam * Richardesbaillif de 
la Ryvere,' Thomas le Heyward of Hanydon, Sanra Dunnyng, Thomas 
Beccote, Gervase le Taborer, Nicholas le Fithelere, Richard Burbache, 
Margery Burbache, William Strech, Andrew Slophol, William atte Storte, 
Robert Pauns, Robert * Williamesheyward de Maundevill,* Adam Kiffus, 
Henry Jauymis, Agnes Coles, Christina Coles, Richard Torald of Inglesham, 
Richard Hughesson, Adam Coppyng, Margery Wtwe, Andrew Brekeston, 
John de Leycestre, John Perceval, Thomas de Bradeston, John de 
Inglescoumbe, Joan atte Hume, Agnes de Hanydon, Margery Huberdes, 
William Hurtehevene, John Vorty, John Havepayn, Thomas Castel, John 
Whitside, Adam Burbache, William Dayberd, John son of Stephen le 
Budel, John de Hume of Stratton, Henry de Baldon of Farendon, William 
de Mercham, Henry Alice, John Lurk, Robert Lurk, William Tulle and 
Thomas Turry, with others, broke his houses at Sevenhampton and 
Heyworth, co. Wilts, and carried away his goods. 

By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

The like to the same justices, on complaint by the said William that 
John de Wynton, William de Skelton, Robert Breton of Dadyngton, 
John Stedeman, Robert le Cartere, John Wadde, John la Mare, Agnes de 
Stowe, Richard * Inthelane,* William * Anneysmanstowe,' Hugh King, 
Henry Luffyng, John Rotour, Adam Hayot, John Blake, John le Fychere, 
Richard Tibbesone, Richard Humber, Richard le Suour, John Bretoun, the 



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1322. 



Membrane 16d — cont^ 

younger, John Bretoun, the elder, Adam Aungevyn, William son of 
Kichard, Michael de Wotton, Cicely de Fakenham, Isolda de Oxenford, 
Alice le Ledyettere, Alexander le Barbour, John Lenglish, Richard 
English, William Neuman, William Gylot, John Honyman, Emma Scorth, 
William Mayo, Alice Donne, John de Oxon', John Gerveys, Agnes de 
Pythinton, Ralph de Bereford, Thomas Snel, John le Mouner, Agnes de 
Fakenham, John le Lokiere, John Neugh, Margery Gygour, Margery 
North, William Gygour, John le FuUere, Simon Cachefrensh, William 
Tonay, Robert Perkyn, Simon * Thepersonesheldare,' Walter de Milde- 
coumbe, Henry Partrich of Wodestoke, Hugh le Mouner, Vincent de 
Storteford of London, * wolmongere,' Adam Hocard of Dadynton, 
William Mazoun, John de London, * taillour,* Hugh Andreu, William 
Dobbe, Thomas le Glasiere, Thomas Cok, William le Suour of Dadynton, 
Richard Bifeld, William le Swon, Nicholas Carlot, Simon le Sclat[ter]e, 
Gilbert Kempe, Gilbert de Berewyk, William Symple, Hugh de 
Tankevill, Henry Tankevill, Richard de Perle of Drayton, John 
le Hey ward of Sutton by Abyndon, Thomas Musard of Brackele, 
Hugh Puddyng of Wodestok, Thomas Reysun, Philip Bacun, Juliana 
Bretoun, William Walrond, Richard le Smyth, Agnes Aleblast[er] of 
Kempton, Ralph le Peyntour, William Duryval, Robert Honyman, Emma 
de Bubenhull, Robert le Cartere, Juliana Cope, Agnes de Fakenham, John 
de Upton, Alice Swote, John le Taillour of Aynho, and William Godhous 
with others broke his houses at Dadynton and Caveresham, co. Oxford, and 
carried away his goods. By K. on the information of R. de Ayremynne. 



MEMBRANE 15d. 

May 15. Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph de Camoys, John de Stonore, 

York. John de Cantebrigge, and Simon de Brunne on complaint by John de 
Sancto Amando that Robert son of Robert de Schakeleton, William le 
Britton of Houghton Conquest, Richard son of Ralph de Sevelesho, Ralph 
son of Ralph son of Richard, Thomas Spygurnel, William le Brune, Thomas 
de Stodle of Wotton, Thomas son of Laurence de Adington of Kemeston 
Hefdowyk, Nicholas le Irnemongere of Bedeford, John his son, and Nicholas 
brother of the said John, Stephen de Bodenho of Bedeford, Maurice Culbere 
of Bedeford, Simon Cullebere, John son of John Wymond, Henry Olyver, 
Nicholas de Astwod, William Beauchamp, *bocher,' Thomas le Spicer, 
Robert Crowe, William son of Simon le Carpenter, William Feye, 
William Hastyng, Stephen le Bole, John le Bole, Roger le Tavemer, 
Nigel Hauteyn, Hugh Frys, Thomas Priour, John de Ocle, the elder, John 
de Ocle, the younger, Adam Blaunche, John Thyoun le Tabourer, Nicholas 
le Roper, Richard Nichole, Warin Rowold, Simon de Lymbodesheye, and 
Ralph his son and John, brother of the said Ralph, Richard Merlyn, John 
Salouo, Robert Saloue, Richard le Cok, Roger Haucepe, Stephen son of 
Hugh de Hawenes, Robert Walters, John le Bore, Geoffirey Juliane, John 
Woderoue, John Gerad (sic) le Carpenter, Robert Roger, Matilda le Rede 
of Houghton Conquest, John son of Ralph Gerard, Richard Jargeville * le 
persones serjaunt ' of Maldon, Robert Goderiche of Kemeston Herdewyk, 
Robert Arnold of Pelinge, John Arnold of the same place, John * Thomas 
serjant de Herdewyk,* John le Whyte of Kemston Herdewyk, John 
Hammok of Chechele, Robert son of David de Maldon, Simon le Brittoun of 
Wyliton, John Godard of Merston, Thomas son of Stephen de Maldon, 
Henry son of Thomas atte Churche, and Robert, parson of a moiety of the 



166 ^ 43ALENDAB OP PATENT ROLLS. 



^099 * Meinbrane 15d — cont, 

church of Hoghton Conquest, and others broke his houses at Houghton 
Conquest, co. Bedford, mowed his com, and carried away his goods. £7 E. 
Afterwards f on 26 July, in the 16th year, tliese letters were renewed word for 
word, with tJie omission of the said Ralph, 

May 18. The like to Roger de Tyryngham, John de Dene, John Beyveyr, John le 

York. Botiller and John de Hampton, on complaint by William la Zousche of 
Esseby that John Wyard, Robert de Harle, Ralph le Porter, parson of the 
church of Estham, Edmund de JBanewell, Henry de Pensax, Adam de 
Strete, and John de la More, with others, hunted in his parks, chaces, and 
free warrens at Cynteleye, Elmeleye Lovet, Wadebergh, Newyton, Pyriton, 
and Beleye, co. Worcester, Berkeswell, Claverdon, Beausale, and Lytheren, 
CO. Warwick, Rocheford, co. Hereford, and Hamslap, co. Buckingham, 
fished in his stanks and stews there, and carried away fish, deer, hares, 
rabbits, and other goods. By E. 

March 24. The like to Roger Beler, John Cheynel and Henry de Hambury touching 
Pontefract. the persons who entered the castles, manors, towns, lands and tenements, 
late of divers rebels, and in the king's hands through forfeiture, viz. at 
Dufifeld, Beaurepeir, Wirkesworth, Hertingdon, Assheburn, Chaumpayn- 
park, Borughes, Matlok, Bonteshale, Bough, Eenill, Dalbury, Longeford, 
Haversegge, Bradburn, Hugh, Thurvaston, Longele, Brassinton, Thorp, 
Bredelowe, Chelardeston, and Melburn, co. Derby, Bromshulf, Sondon, 
Chetelton, Amelcote, Cressewall, Tilinton, Arlegh, the dwelling-place of 
James de Stafford in Stafford, that of William de Stafford in Stafford, 
Blitheworde, Snellesdale, Throule, Ethelaston, Adgareslegh, Neuborugh, 
Okovere, Blakenhale, Migners, Yoxhale, Newcastle under Lyme, the castle 
of Helegh, Frodeswall, the castle of Tuttebury, the castle of Charteleye, co. 
Stafford, the castle of Eenilworth, Blashale, Shustok, Braundon, Arleye, 
Sloleye, Stretton, Lee, Dunton, Whitacre, Elmedon, Grave, Lapworth, 
Baddesleye, and Oxhull, co. Warwick, Hynkele, Desford, Shulton, Melton, 
Newbold, Luttreworth, Cotesbech, Minstreton Temple, Shepesheved, Broch- 
ton Astele, Swithelond, Petlyng, Flekeneye, Emesby, Lindrich, Andre- 
chirche, Stordum, Leicestre, Stapelford, the manor of the bishop of Lincoln in 
Leicestre, Radeclive, the castle of Leicestre, the castle of Dunyngton, Lought- 
burgh, Beaumaner, Huclescote, and Fretheby, co. Leicester : Navesby, 
Buckeby, Passenham, Wadenho, Hales, Little Preston, Eiskingbury (sic), 
Eyldesby, Crek, Flore, Broyngton, Welde, Milnecotes, Eydon, Marham, 
Sudborugh, Twywell, Lilleboum, Eketon and Brampton, co. Northampton, 
Forthe, Forthesham, Pontesbury, Cherleton, Neuport, Egmyngdon, Norton, 
Ercalewe and Red Castle, co. Salop ; and touching the keepers and ministers 
of the king who appropriated and concealed the king's goods found there, 
imprisoned divers ecclesiastical and secular men until they made fine for 
their delivery and appropriated such fines, seized their goods to the king's 
use and appropriated them, levied in the king's name money granted in aid 
of the king's expedition at the time of the late disturbance and appropriated 
it, received money from men of their bailiwicks whom they ought to have 
compelled to go on the king's service, and committed other offences. By E. 
Afterwards on 20 May next, Walter de Friskeneye and William de 
Miggeleye were associated with the above-named justices. 

May 17. ^^6 1^^^ ^ John atte Fosse, William Chaumflour, and Robert de Brenkele 

York. on complaint by Richard Tilly that John Boroy, John Bode, Ralph de Midelne, 

and John his brother, William Peperwhyt, and Reginald le Commangir, and 

others, entered his manors at Asshecote and Nether Hamme, co. Somerset, 

broke his close and houses, and carried away his goods. By p.s. 



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1322. MEMBRANE lU. 

— — —- Commission to H. de Cobham, E. de Passele and J. If eld to deliver the 
gaol of Bocbester of Jobn de Beggebury, imprisoned therein as an adherent 
of Bartholomew de Badelesmere, a traitor. 

May 17. Commission of oyer and terminer to John Inge, Nicholas de Wedergrave, 
Tork. and John de Fosse, on complaint by William de Sancto Albino, prior of 
Goldeclyve, in the Marches of Wales, which is of the king's patronage and 
is a cell of the abbey of Bee Hellouin, that, whereas the abbot of Bee 
Hellooin removed Balph de Boncevill, his fellow monk, late prior thereof, 
and presented the said William thereto as prior, and the king had admitted 
him and had commanded the temporalities of the priory to be delivered to 
him, the said Balph disobeying his abbot therein and resisting the king's 
mandates, held the said priory during half a year after the said tenth year, 
not permitting the said William, the prior, to enter the priory or to 
disppse of or order the possessions thereof as pertain to his office, William 
le Walsh of Lanwaryn, John Ythel, Adam son of Bobert le Walsh, William 
son of Bobert le Walsh, Griffin ap Henry, Lewelin ap Meurick, William 
Machon, Nicholas Machon, Walter de Preston, and John Wolrich within 
the said half-year broke the treasury of the priory at Goldeclyve within the 
prior's liberty, took and carried away cups, bowls {pelves)^ and other vessels 
of silver and gilt, and other goods and muniments of the house, broke a 
chest secured with four locks, wherein the prior's seal was kept, took the seal 
and sealed with it divers quit-claims, alienated many lands and tenements 
belonging to the priory, granted certain pensions and corrodies, and bound 
the priory in bonds for debts which the prior and convent did not 
owe. The jury is to be of the men of the lands of Caldecote, Kaerlion and 
Edelegan, which are in the king's hands for certain causes, and of the 
land of StroguiU belonging to Thomas, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of 
England, the king's brother, all which are in the vicinage of the liberty 
of Goldecl3rve. 

Altered because sealed at another time by j>ct. of C. 

May 18. The like to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, Henry le Scrop, 

York. Walter de Norwyco and William de Bereford, on complaint by John de 
Britannia, earl of Bichmond, that Henry son of Hugh, Bobert de Ellerton, 
Goderic de Neusum, Thomas de Laton, knight, Thomas de Bokeby, William 
Tailleboys, William de Mabanhou, Henry do Tesedale, John de Laton, 
Bichard de Crossethwayt, William de Boghes and John le Gynour, and 
others, while the earl was coming by the king's command to the Parliament 
at Westminster summoned for three weeks after midsummer last, came to 
his castle of Boghes, co. York, besieged and took it, expelled John Nowel, 
the constable thereof, and other his men and servants, and held the castle 
for a long time, did not permit him to levy and receive his toll and other 
customs and rents and divers other services, but levied the same themselves, 
partly burnt a hall in the castle, consumed four tuns of wine, of the price 
of 201. and other victuals, carried away his armour, springalds and engines, 
and other goods, left the castle without guard while the Scots were in 
those parts, and hunted in his free chace of Bichomund, Gillyng and 
Skitheby, co. York, and carried away deer and assaulted the keepers. 

By pet. of C. 

May 20. Mandate to Bobert de Sapy, keeper of the land of Powys, which is in the 

York. king's hands, to the following effect. Whereas Boger Trumwyne, lately 
found surety to hold himself faithful, and the king by divers writs com- 
manded the said Bobert to deliver all lands and tenements which the said 
Boger and Joan his wife, late the wife of Owen de la Pole, held 
in Powys in dower of the said Joan, and which had been taken into the 



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]^322 Membrane 14td — cont. 

king's hands, to the said Roger and Joan, together with the goods of the 
said Roger then in them, and afterwards upon information that divers 
disturbers of the peace had hindered the said Robert so that he could not 
deliver the said lands and tenements, and further had assaulted the servants 
of the said Roger and killed some of them, and had taken and abducted 
the said Joan and detained her in that land ; the king commanded him 
to deliver without delay to the said Roger and Joan the said lands, tenements 
and goods according to the tenor of his aforesaid repeated mandates and to 
cause the said Joan to be released, and to attach and detain any persons 
offering resistance ; and the said Robert has returned that he has not been 
able to deliver the said lands, tenements and goods on account of the 
resistance and malice of Llewelin ap Tuder, Owen ap Griffud ap Gwen, 
Philip ap Lewelin, Madoc ap Tuder Loyt, Madoc ap Tudir ap Madoc, 
Llewelin ap Howel, Griffin Cragh, Gadegan ap Lewelin, Griffin Penbras, 
and Owen his brother. Griffin ap Griffith ap Gwen, Griffin Whith ap 
Tuder Loit, Yevan Tor, Yevan Duy, Yevan ap Tuder ap Madok, Griffin 
Loid Rouka, Houwel Cragh, David Duy ap Eynon, Griffin ap Edeneuet, 
Madoc ap Edeneuet, Edenewen ap Gwyn, Madoc ap Griffith ap Eyneon, 
Madoc ap Griffith ap Gliwys, Lewelin Gogh ap Griffith, Griffin ap Oweyn 
Gogh and his son, Howel Gogh ap Nest, and Yevan Hyr, who with the 
entire commonalty of the counties of Eeveillok and Eereignen came to 
Lannurvel and answered in common that they would not attorn to the 
said Robert and Joan or to any other person for the king's mandate, or at 
the command of any person until they had order by word of the king's 
mouth at his Parliament ; and that he could not without a great posse attach 
such disturbers of the peace on account of their numbers and malice, as is 
contained in the said returns, — the king, considering the dishonour to him 
and his dignity by such resistance and disobedience and being determined 
that his said mandates shall be put in execution, commands the said Robert 
to deliver without delay to the said Roger and Joan the lands, tenements 
and goods aforesaid, and if he shall find any persons resisting therein, to 
attach them and keep them in safe custody according to the tenor of the 
aforesaid mandates, taking for this purpose the posse of the land of Powys ; 
and the king has commanded Edmund, earl of Arundel, lord of the lands 
of Eedewynk, Chirk and Osewaldestre, Peter Corbet, lord of Cans, Res ap 
Griffith, keeper of the king's lands of Cardigan, the constable of the castle 
of Montgomery, the sheriff of Mereunith, and the sheriff of Salop and 
Stafford, to be aiding with their posses whenever required by the said 
Robert. By pet. of C. 



MEMBRANE IBd. 

May 18. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Yaus, Nicholas Scot, William 
York. de Denum and Richard de Emeldon, on representation by William Grubbe 
of Suthfen, merchant of Almain, by petition exhibited before the king and 
Council, that in crossing the sea in his ship laden with timber, herrings, and 
other goods from Norway to Lenne or Yarmouth to trade with, he came to 
Raveneser and from there was driven by a tempest to a place in the sea 
called Cousterde by Baumburgh, and not wishing or daring to go further 
North for fear of the Scots, for the safety of himself, his ship and goods, he 
anchored there, when Roger de Horsle and John son of Jidiana de 
Neubigging and others boarded his ship, assaulted him and his mariners, 
took them and the ship whither they wished, imprisoned him and the 
mariners in prison at Baumburgh until the said William and the mariners 
8W0Ee on the holy gospels that they would go from thence to Scotland, and 



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1 009 Membrane 13d — corU. 

conducted them three leagues in the direction of Berewyk, but as soon as 
their said conductors had left them they turned immediately towards 
Newcastle on Tyne ; and that his said ship and goods are still detained. 

By pet. of C. 

May 18« The like to John de Thorp, Simon de Hedersete, and John le Claver, on 
York. complaint by Nicholas de Hamburgh, merchant of Almain, that whereas 
he freighted a ship called la Welyfare del Brele with divers wares at 
Grippeswold in Estland, for conveyance to Eyngeston upon Hull, Robert 
Levyng of Aldesburgh, Richard atte Forthe, John son of Thomas Ayered, 
Thomas Yustace of Reydone, Thomas de Gosemere, liobert Hereward of 
Reydone, Geoffrey Pape of Reydon, Thomas de Aldeburgh, and Thomas 
•Thomas-servant de Aldeburgh,* Henry Pakke of Suthwolde, Adam 
Barlibred, Thomas son of Richard Rokelyn, Richard de Jememuta, John 
de Eston, Benedict le Whryte, William Nichole of Welles, Hervey Seman 
of Brunham, John Felawe of Brunham, Thomas Mirihel of Brunham, and 
Thomas Mirihel of Brunnemuth, and others, boarded his ship near Blake- 
neye, co. Norfolk, on her voyage, took and carried away his goods and 
assaulted him. By E. 

Vacated because otherwise on the schedule hereto annexed. 



Membrane ISd — continued. 

(Schedule.) 

May 18. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Thorp, Simon de Hedersete, 
York. Edmund de Hemmegrave, and John le Claver, on complaint by Nicholas 
de Hamburgh, merchant of Almain, that, whereas he freighted a ship called 
la Weliffare del Brele with divers wares at Grippeswold in Estland, to be 
brought to the town of Kyngeston upon Hull to trade with, Robert Levyng 
of Aldesburgh, Richard atte Forthe, John son of Thomas Ayered, Thomas 
Yustace of Reydone, Thomas de Gosemere, Robert Hereward of Reydone, 
GeofiErey Pape of Reydone, Thomas de Aldeburgh, and Thomas * Thomas 
servant de Aldeburgh,' Henry Pakke of Suthwolde, Adam Barlibred, 
Thomas son of Richard Rokelyn, Ralph de Jememutha, John de Eston, 
William Nicole of Wells, Hervey Seman of Brunham, John Damman- 
neissone, John Dosyere of Northales, John Soft of Northales, John 
Skylman of Eston, Geoffrey Wys of Eston, Thomas de Bekham of 
Suthwold, and William his brother, John Chevere of Suthwold, Thomas 
de Whyton, William Aldeth of Aldeburgh, John de la Forthe, Richard son 
of John, Thomas atte Strete, John Baldewyne, Thomas le Wayt, John le 
Qwyte, John Bal, Richard ^Bal, Andrew Baldeneve, John Roche, John le 
Marchal, Hervey Spenser of Brunham, Gilbert Burgeys of Tychewell, 
John de Tychewell, Hugh Peper de Depedale, John Larke of Depedale, 
William Neuman of Thornam, Geoffrey Wyberd of Thomham, William 
Baret of Hunestaneston, Adam de Pakefeld of Brunham, Ralph Grome of 
Depedale, Ralph Red of Brunham, John Spynk of Brunham, Thomas 
Gowe of Brunham, Paul de Wymundham, Seman Gillott, John Adam of 
Brunham, and others, boarded the said ship near Blakeneye, co Norfolk, 
carried away his goods and assaulted him. The jury to be from Norfolk. 

ByK. 

The like, word for word, on complaint by the said Nicholas de Hamburgh. 
The jury to be from the county of Suffolk. By K. 



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Membrane 18^ — Schedule — cont, 

1 Qoo {On the dorse of the same Sched^de,) 

May 18. The like to the same justices on complaint by Helunc Grove, merchant 
York. of Almain, that, whereas he freighted a ship called la Welyfare with divers 
goods at Hamburgh in Almain to be taken to Yarmouth to trade with, 
John Essoul of Baldeseye and Ranulf his son and others boarded the ship 
within the port of Goseford, co. Suffolk, into which port on her voyage to 
Yarmouth, it had been driven by stress of weather, carried away his goods 
and assaulted his men. By E. 

Membrane 18d — cont. 

May 16. The like to Roger Beler, Hugh de Prestwold and Rod'o {sic) Beler, on 
York. complaint by John Hamelyn that Thomas Blaunfrount, Simon de Bereford 
and William his brother, and Henry de Leckeboum and others entered his 
manors at Wymundham, Burton Seint Lazer, and Barewe upon Sore, co. 
Leicester, and Okele, co. Stafford, and committed divers trespasses in his 
parks there. By E. 

« 

May 16. The like to Edmund de Hemmegrave, Simon de Hedersete and John 
York. Claver on complaint by Albridus de Breme, merchant of Almain, that 
John Lambot, Thomas Sprynget, Robert Leuys of Grenewich, Thomas 
Gilour, Alexander de Sandwyco, Gervase Alard of Wynchelse, the younger, 
Henry Alard and Henry his brother, and others, boarded his ship while 
anchored in the port of Harwich, assaulted him and his men, and took away 
the ship with the goods in her : the jury to be of Suffolk. By E. 

May 16. The like to Walter de Norwyco, John de Thorp and John Claver, on 
York. information that Thomas Daniet, Reginald son of Thomas, Bartholomew 
le Cayly, John son of Simon de Walpol, Peter son of Peter, John son of 
Adam, Walter Eippyng, Walter Sparwe of Walsokne, Robert de Causton, 
William le Mareschal, Peter de Aldebury, Walter son of Adam de Colton of 
Tyrington, Walter son of Clarice, John son of Thomas, Robert Chapman, 
Reginald Chapman, Reginald son of Ralph, Laurence de Depedale of 
Walton, Geoffrey son of Stephen, John le Blowere, Eustace Noon, Richard 
de Rygges, John Flury, William de Westburgh of Tilney, Richard le 
Blowere, Adam son of Gregory, John Germound, Edmund Grey and Joseph 
Lambert, of Wynggenhale, subcollectors of the eighteenth in the towns of 
Walpol, Westwalton, Walsokne, Tilneye, Tiryngton and Wygenhale, co. 
Norfolk, men deputed from the said towns, taxed and raised great sums of 
money for the king's use from the said towns, which they concealed and 
appropriated. By E. 

May 18. The like to Ralph Basset of Drayton, William la Zousche of Assheby, 
York. Thomas de Radeclyve, and William de Assheby, on complaint by John de 
Pateshull that John de Olneye, William le Botiller, the younger, Richard 
de Newenham, Walter le Gardener of WodehuU, and Robert his brother, 
Stephen de Haversham, clerk, and John Dauncelark with others broke his 
houses of Little Craule, co. Buckingham, and carried away his goods. 

By pet. of C. 

May 16. The like to Edmund de Nevill, John Travers, and John de Lancastre, by 
York. oath of good men of the counties of York and Lancaster, touching the 
persons who broke the king's free chaces of Bouland, co. York, andPenhull, 
Trouden, Rossendale^ Akerington, and Hoddelesden, co. Lancaster. 

ByE. 



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MEMBRANE 12d. 



May 17. Oommission of oyer and terminer to John de Langele, Robert de Stoke 

York. and Roger Illari touching the persons who burned a water mill at 

Warewyk, while it was in the king's hands by reason of the minority of 

Thomas son of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick. By K. 

May 18. Mandate to Roger Beler, keeper of the castles, manors, towns and lands, 
York. late of Thomas, sometime earl of Lancaster, and of other rebels in the 
counties of Leicester, Stafford and Derby, which are in the king's hands, to 
make an extent thereof, to wit, of their yearly value in demesnes, villeinages, 
homages, services, rents, and all other issues ; and to enquire what lands are 
forfeitures to the king without claim, and what have clamis lodged against 
them ; what are worth keeping in the king's hands for stock and other 
profits, what would be better let to farm to tenants and at what rates and 
terms ; also as to those lands kept in the king's hand, at what farm they 
would let ; also how much great wood and underwood could be sold without 
waste or destruction and what other profits could be made thereof ; and he 
is to certify the king hereof this side of the quinzaine of Midsummer. 

By E. and C. 

The like to the following touching the castles, manors, towns, lands, and 
tenements of rebels in the following counties :— 
John Travers in Lancaster. 
Roger de Waltham in Stafford, 
Robert de Tok in Derby. 

Richard de Whatton in Northampton, Nottingham, and Rutland. 
Robert de Gaddesby in Leicester, 
Robert de Aston of the possessions of the earl of Lancaster and 

others in Somerset, Dorset, and Gloucester. 
Richard de Emeldon, of the lands of the said earl and others in 

Northumberland. 
John Travers of the lands of the earl and others in Lancaster, Blake- 

bumshire, and Halton, eo. Chester. 
Robert de Hungerford of lands of the earl and others in the city of 

London, and counties of Middlesex, Wilts, Berks, and Southampton. 
The keeper of the lands of certain rebels in Lancaster. 
Richard de Rodeneye, of the lands of the earl and others in Devon 

and Cornwall. 
Gilbert de Syngelton, of the castle of Haulton, and lands in Congelton, 

Whitteleie and Longedendale, co. Chester, and Wydenes, co. 

Lancaster. 
Thomas DeyviU, of the castle and manor of Pontefract, and all 

castles and lands of the earl and others in the county of York on 

this side the river Use, except the manor of Skipton in Craven. 
Robert de Whatton, of the manor of Kneshale and all castles and 

lands of the earl and others in Nottingham, Northampton and 

Rutland, and fees of Lancaster in the counties of Lihcoln and 

Nottingham and in the under-shrievalty (retrovicecom*) of Lincoln. 
John de Kylvynton of the like between the rivers These and Use. 
Henry de Malton, of the like in Westmoreland and Cumberland, and 

the castles and manors of Skipton in Craven and Burton in 

Lonesdale. 
Alan de Cuppeldyk of the like in Lincoln. 
Roger Carles of the like in Hereford, Worcester, and Salop. 
Robert de Stoke of the like in Warwick, Oxford, Bedford, and 

Buckingham. 

24962 h 



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1322. 

June 15. 
Haddlesey. 



May 18. 
York. 



Membrane 12(1 — cont. 

The like mandate to John de Whytington, Peter de Scremby, Nicholas de 
Neubald, and Robert Haulay touching the lands &c. of the said earl and 
other rebels in the county of Lincoln. By £. and C. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford, John de 
Foxle, John de Stonore, and Robert de Morby, on complaint by John de 
Bloxham that Thomas son of Roger de Beaufoo and Roger his brother, 
Roger son of Guy de Wyginton, Robert son of John de Trillowe, John de 
Leye, Edmund Flambard, John son of Ralph de Bereford, Walter son of 
Ralph de Sutton of Donstowe, Thomas de Hynton, John Wodeward, Richard 
le Faukener, Thomas son of John Baldon, Thomas Eleyne, Lovekin Bruyn 
of Bereford St. John, Walter atte Grove, John Ricard, Adam de Bobenhull, 
Robert son of Walter de Molendino, Richard le Thresshere, and Roger de 
Roppesle with others entered his dwelling-place at Bereford St. John, co. 
Oxford, broke the walls, hedges, doors, windows, and dove-cot there, and 
carried away doves and other goods there and at Bereford St. Michael, 
assaulted his men who were in his said dwelling-place, raised the hue and 
cry upon them, ejected them therefrom and pursued them to the town of 
Bereford St. Michael, besieged them in houses of the said John there for a 
great space, broke the houses and assaulted them. 

By pet. of C. and by fine of 20«. 



May 20. 

York. 



June 4. 
BothweU. 



June 2« 

BothweU. 



MEMBRANE lid. 

Commission of oyer end terminer to Edmund de Nevill, Gilbert de 
Syngelton and John de Lancastre on complaint by Richard de Hulton that 
Adam de Radeclif, and John and Roger his brothers, Richard son of 
William de Radeclif, Robert de Heton, Elias de Levere, Matthew de Ridich, 
Jordan de Tettelawe, Ithel de Indeleye and Adam de Bletherhose with 
others entered his manors at Overdeshale, Hulton and Flixton, co. Lancaster, 
broke the gates of his manors, and the doors and windows of his houses 
there, carried away his goods, broke his parks, hunted therein, and assaulted 
his servants. By pet of C. and fine of | mark. 

The like to Walter de Norwyco, William de Bereford and John de 
Stonore, touching the case between Hamo de Chiggewell and William de 
Bodele, citizens of London, and executors of the will of Elias Petri, late 
king's merchant and citizen of the same city, of the one part, and Thomas 
Cok of Abyndon and John Simeon, merchants of London, of the other part, 
as to the arrest of the goods of the said Thomas and John at the suit of 
the first-named parties, which was moved in the Chancery and as to which 
a petition was made in the Parliament at York three weeks after Easter 
last. 

The like to John de Stonore, Ralph de Bereford and Thomas de Louth 
on complaint by John de Haudlo that Walter le Poure, knight, Richard de 
Louches, Philip de Havill, Giles Ryvel, Thomas Malet, Giles le Poure, 
Richard atte Hall, and John de Hampton, and others, entered his manors at 
Pidynton, Mosewelle, Bokele (stc), Hedyndon, Chadelynton, Swereford and 
Rollyndryght, co. Oxford, drove away his horses, cattle and sheep and 
committed divers trespasses there. By p.s. 

The like to the same justices, on complaint by the same John de Haudlo 
thst William de Side, chaplain, Richard atte Halle, Robert Barbost, William 
de Caumpdene, Nicholas Perys, Peter de la Mare, Thomas * the persones 



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1322. 



Membrane lid — cont. 



baillif ' of Cheverel and Peter le Clerk entered his manors at Cheverel and 
Pulton, CO. Wilts, drove away his horses, cattle and sheep and committed 
divers trespasses there. By p.s. 

Vacated because otherwise below. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said John de Haudlo 
that certain persons entered his manor of Enham, co. Southampton, drove 
away his horses, cattle and sheep and committed other trespasses. By p.s. 

Vacated because otherwise below. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said John de Haudlo 
touching the commission of like trespasses at his manors {sic) of Coulne, co. 
Somerset (sic), and the driving away of his horses, cattle and sheep. 

By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said John de Haudlo 
that Bichard de Louches, John son of Bichard de Loaches, Balph Wace, 
Andrew de Louches, Robert de Louches of Chisilhampton, John Marmyon, 
Master Robert de Leukenore, Alan de EUisfeld, Richard de Williamescote, 
Gilbert de Cherlebnry, Drogo de Dane, Gilbert de Dane, Roger de Calstone, 
Thomas de Gersyndon, Richard de Hattecombe and John de Skalebrok 
with others entered his manors at Borstal, Lntegarsale, Adingrave, Accle 
and Stepulcleydon, co. Buckingham, drove away his horses, cattle and 
sheep, and committed other trespasses. By p.s. 



MEMBRANE lOd. 

May 24. Commission of oyer and terminer to John Inge, Nicholas de Wedergrave, 
Haverab. and John de la Fosse on petition before the king and Council by the prior 
of Goldeclyve in the Marches of Wales showing that, whereas that priory is 
of the king's advowson and the temporalities belonging to the priory are held 
of the king and are of his fee, and the prior is a lord of the Marches and has 
his liberty in those parts like other lords of the Marches there, and ought 
not to answer elsewhere for the lands or tenements belonging to his priory, 
and that neither he nor his predecessors in times past ought to answer 
except as lords of the Marches, William le Walshe of Lanwaryn and Griffin 
ap Henri, with the assent of Roger Damory, then a lord of the Marches of 
the adjoining lands, designing to usurp and attract the demesne of the 
priory to the said Roger, procured certain writs from the chancery of the 
said Roger in these parts against the said prior and others his tenants 
concerning certain tenements of the prior in Goldeclyve and Multon, 
within the prior's liberty of Goldclyve, to be pleaded in the court of 
the said Roger in Lembenith and Kaerliol, and sued out process thereof 
there ; and although the king prohibited the said Roger and his bailiffs 
from holding such pleas in his courts to the king's prejudice and commanded 
the said William and Griffin to implead the said prior and his tenants else- 
where according to law and the custom of those parts, if they should deem it 
expedient, nevertheless the said Roger and his bailiffs continued the said 
pleas in the said courts and the said William and Griffin prosecuted the 
same pleas there until the tenements were by judgment of the said courts 
adjudged to them, to the prejudice of the king and the danger of the 
disherison of the church of the said prior. The king therefore, being bound 
by reason of his superior lordship to show justice to his subjects, as well for 
his own right as wishing on behalf of the said prior to provide a remedy 
herein, commissioned the above justices to cause as well the said prior as the 
said William and Grif&n to come before them and to hear their cases {rationes) 
and to enquire therein, if necessary, in their presence by oath of good men of 



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May 24. 

Haverah. 



May 20. 

York. 



June 1. 
Boihwell. 



Membrane lOd — cont. 

the lands of Caldecote, Eaerlion and Edelegan at present in the king's hands, 
and also of the liberty of Thomas, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, 
the king's brother, of the land of Stroguill, which are adjacent to the liberty 
of Goldeclyve. By pet. of C. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by William, prior of 
Goldclive in the marches of Wales, as shown in his petition exhibited 
before the king and Council, that William de Stratton, John Lutell, Griffin 
ap Henry, Roger Pyn, Roger Neweman, John Wolrich, Nicholas son of 
Robert de Runeston, Walter de Preston, Nicholas Smith, William Machoun, 
Nicholas Machoun, Llewelin ap Meurik, Gregory son of Lewelin ap Meurik, 
Philip Tevan, Thomas Ladde, Philip Seysild and John Randolf assaulted 
him at Morburne within his liberty of Goldclive, took him and 
imprisoned him for seven days, and afterwards took him to the castle of 
Uske and kept him there until he made fine with them by 100 marks, led 
away bis horses and cattle at Morburne, Assh and Coudre within the 
said liberty, and carried away other goods of his. The jury to be taken 
from the lands specified in the preceding commission. By pet. of C. 

The like to John de Cherleton, mayor of the merchants of the staple of 
wools and wool-fells, Adam de Brom and Peter de Lodyngton, on informa- 
tion that the collectors of custom of wools and wool-fells in the ports 
within the counties of Northumberland, York, Lincoln, Nottingham, 
Norfolk, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Southampton, Devon, Somerset, Dorset 
and the city of London, as well the present collectors as those who have 
been collectors from the date of the statute of the staple, 20 May, 
6 Edward II, and their controllers, have permitted divers merchants 
fraudulently to export wools and fells contrary to the king's prohibition and 
have appropriated a great part of the money accruing £rom the i mark on 
every sack of wool, on every last of hides and on every three hundred fells 
granted in the eleventh year beyond the right custom by natives, and from 
the 10«. on every sack of wool, on every last of hides and on every three 
hundred fells by foreign merchants, granted in the eleventh year beyond the 
right custom ; that those who have held the office of the tronage in the 
same ports have taken money from divers merchants, natives and foreigners, 
to permit the passage out of the realm of their wools, some unweighed and 
some insufficiently weighed, to the loss of the custom; that divers 
merchants, with the counsel and assent of certain persons, in other places 
in the said counties than those in which there is a ooket, have exported 
unweighed wools, the custom being unpaid ; and that very many persons 
in the said counties have received tiiQ goods of foreign merchants, who have 
exported wools and wool-fells contrary to the statute, and have avowed the 
same for their own, that so the said foreign merdimts should remain 
unpunished for their offences. By E. 

Afterwards, 1 July, Peter de Lodyngton, John de Tichebum, John de 
Insula, William le Wayte, and John Gabriel were associated with the said 
mayor in the foregoing commission. By K. 

The like to John de Stonore, Ralph de Bereford, and Thomas de Louth, 
on complaint by Ingelram Berenger that Henry Pycard, John Fomot, and 
Robert Grey with others entered his manor at Tytecoumbe, co. Berks, broke 
the gates of the manor and the doors and windows of the houses therein 
and took and led away his horses, oxen, and sheep, and carried away his 
goods. By p.s. 

The like to the same justices oii complaint by the said Ingelram that 
Willi^n) son of Warin, John Mi^iitravers, Nicholas de Percjr, and William 



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de Percy with others entered his manors at Shnpton and Tounholl, co. 
Southampton, drove away his horses, cattle, sheep and goats, and committed 
other trespasses. By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said Ingelram that 
John Strugg, Peter Skydemore, John Mautravers, Nicholas de Percy, 
William de Whitefeld, and Edmund de Pleycy, with others, entered his 
manors of Ebblesboum, Alvedeston, and Brodemore, co. Wilts, committed 
the like trespasses, took and led away his horses, cattle, sheep, she-goats, 
and swine, and carried away his goods. By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said Ingelram that 
William de Whitefeld and John Mautravers, with others, entered his 
manors at Morton and Blakemore, co. Dorset, committed the like trespasses, 
took and led away his horses, cattle and sheep, and carried away his goods. 

By p.s. 

MEMBRANE 9d. 

May 28. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Stonore, Balph de 
Haverah. Bereford, and Thomas de Louth on the king's information that John de 
Wynton*, William de Skelton, Nicholas Brachet, John de Leycestre, John 
Perceval, John Cheverel, Henry de Wode, John Coltrep, Edmund Danvers, 
John de Holt, Henry Trenchard, Ralph de Multon, Alexander de Scalebrok 
(Skalebrok*), Thomas Wythaye, Boger Mael, Thomas Artheu, Thomas de 
Berkele, Thomas de Ipwell, Bichard de Louches, Maurice son of Maurice 
de Berkele and Thomas son of Maurice de Berkele, with others, 
entered the manors of Dadyngton, Eertlyngton, Piriton, Hasele, Ascote 
and Spelesbury, co. Oxford, lately in the king's hands, took and led away 
horses, cattle, sheep and swans, and committed other trespasses. [Pari. 
Writs,] By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on like information that Walter de 
Shirbum, Richard de Aula of Hungerford, Thomas Whityng, Nicholas 
Brachel, Nicholas de Skelton, John Perceval, John de Leycestre, Maurice 
son of Maurice de Berkele, and Thomas son of Maurice de Berkele with 
others entered the manors of Spene, Henton and Stanford, co. Berks, lately 
in the king's hands, and committed divers trespasses there. [Pari. Writs,] 

By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on like information that John Mautravers, 
William de Whitefeld and Nicholas de Percy with others entered the 
manors of Berton, Asshele, Creuker, Bedhampton, and Mapeldorewell, co. 
Southampton, lately in the king's hands, &c., as above. [Pari, Writs,] 

By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on information that John Mautravers, 
William de Whittefeld, Edmund de Plecy, Raymond Heryng, John Strug, 
and John de Ferlond (Frelond) with others entered the manors of Hugheton 
and Asshemere, co. Dorset, lately in the king's hands, and committed divers 
trespasses there. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on information that Warin de Leuche, and 
John Ballard of Wycoumbe with others entered the manors of Dachet, 
Fulmer and Wycombe, co. Buckingham, [lately] in the king's hands, and 
committed divers trespasses there. [Part. Writs.] By p.s. 



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The like to the same justices on information that Peter de Grymestede, 
Thomas le Gardener (Gardiner), John Sterlynge, Nicholas de Charyngworth, 
Adam Heghway, John Symond (Simond) and Roger Hardyng with others 
entered the manors of Fastern, Cumpton, Merwhedon, Uppavene, 
Marleberwe, Wutton, Brodeton, Wynterbume, Berwyk, Sende, Merston, 
Eton, Somersford, Chilworth, Crikkelade, Tokenham and Beaumys, co. 
Wilts, lately in the king's hands, and committed divers trespasses there. 
[Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on information that John le Eyng of 
Gloucestre, Ralph Wyberd of Leghampton, Adam atte Hyde of Stratfeld 
Mortimer, Robert de Somersford, Richard de Bosco of Cheddeworth, 
Thomas de Byngham, and William le Eyr with others entered the manors 
of Lychelade, Pairford, Cheddeworth, Hampton Moysy, Bardesle, 
Lassebarwe, Bisselaye, Wysangre, Musardre and Wynstan, co. Gloucester, 
lately in the king's hands, and committed divers trespasses there. [Pari. 
Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on like information that John Strugge 
with others entered the manor of Baggeshote, co. Surrey, lately in the 
king's hands, and committed divers trespasses there. [Pari. Writs.] 

By p.s. 

The like to John de Bousser, John de Cantebrigg and William de Gose- 
feld on the king's information that Matthew de Bassyngboume, John 
Gerard (Gerad), the younger, William Lambe, John Gerard (Gerad), the elder, 
John de Luttelbury (Litelbiri), Andrew atte Grene, Agnes la Keu, Andrew le 
Rede, Simon Huberd, Thomas de Mildenhale, William Raven, Henry 
Hamound, Serlo de Bernewell, Gaudin le Taillur, Henry de Gemoun of 
Berewell (Berwell), Gilbert (Geoffrey) Bere, Peter Anneys (Anneis), Thomas 
Valentyne, Geoffrey Coltman, Nicholas le Clerk, John le Eeu the elder, 
Simon Spaude, John Buttetourt (Botetourt), Stephen ' Abbotesserjaunt ' of 
Rewley, John Alrich, Henry Wythye, Richard Huberd, Philip le Porter, 
Philip Stulle, William de la More, Nicholas de Clipshale, Martin 
Bernard, Andrew Gersoun, John Chirketot (Cryketot), Alexander le 
Taillour, William Skynel, Alan Paas, William Tulibel, John Berhors, 
Gilbert le Smith, Hugh Feise, Henry Dyve, Henry le Roper, John le 
Palefreyman (Palfreyman), Philip le Mouner, John le Louerd, Roger Toly, 
Thomas atte Dam, Roger Herald, John de Stonham, Adam le Gay, Henry 
del Bakhous, John Deveneys the younger, Hugh de Pridington (Pridyng- 
ton), Henry Deveneys, Alan Berhors, William Ede, John de Creek, Walter 
de Criek (Creek), and William de Hacford of Westle (Westhale) with 
others entered the manor of Saham, co. Cambridge, lately in the king's 
hands, and committed divers trespasses there. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on like information that Richard Haydrqp, 
William de Reyndon, Henry Austyn of Catworth, John Wamgyl 
(Wrangil), of Tilbrok (Tylbrok), William le Engleys of Little Paxton, John 
Bargoun of Great Stepton (Stopton) and William de Berle with others 
entered the manors of Eeston and Suthoo, co. Huntingdon, [lately] in the 
king's h&nds, and committed divers trespasses there. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like to the same justices on like information that Hugh de Bayous, 
William de Bayous, John de Stopton, and Henry de Scargil (ScargyD with 
others entered the manor of Partington, co. York, lately in the king's 
bands, and committed divers trespasses there. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 



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The like to the same justices on like information touching tHe persons 
who entered the manor of Hagebarwe, co. Lincoln, lately in the king's 
hands, and committed divers trespasses there. [Pari. Writs,] By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on like information touching the persons 
who entered the manor of Brewode (stc), co. Rutland, lately in the king's 
hands, and committed divers trespasses there. [Pari, Writs.] By p.s. 



May 28. 
Haverah. 



Juno 18. 
Haddlesey. 



June 11. 

Haddlesey. 



MEMBRANE 8d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Wylughby, Roger de 
Beler, and William de Gosefeld on the king's information that John Wyard, 
Roger de Wassebourn and Robert de Harle, with others, entered the manors 
of Shireves Lenche, Elmle, Cumberton and Salwarp, co. Worcester, lately 
in the king's hands, and committed divers trespasses there. [Pari. Writs.] 

By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on like information that William Trussel 
and William his son, Roger la Zusche (Zouche) and Ralph his brother, 
Thomas de Bredon, Robert de Holand, and Robert de Dalton with others 
entered the manors of Lughteburgh, Beaumaner, Fretheby, Ernesby, 
Huclescote and Querndon, co. Leicester, lately in the king's hands, and com- 
mitted divers trespasses there. [Pari, Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on like information that Andrew de 
Eendale, Peter de Lymesy, Nicholas de Bonevill, and John de Skypton 
with others entered the manors of Roston and Thurwaston, co. Derby, 
lately in the king's hands, and committed divers trespasses there. [Pari. 
Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on like information that John Wyard, 
Geoffrey de Beaufo, and Thomas Blaonkfrount with others entered the 
manors of Brayles and Toneworth, co. Warwick, and committed divers 
trespasses there. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on like information that Andrew de 
Kent, and Thomas Withre (Wythre), with others, entered the manor of 
Alestanfeld, co. Stafford, [lately] in the king's hands, and committed divers 
trespasses there. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to William de Herle, John de Bousscr and Adam de Brom on 
the king's information that Hugh de Audele the younger, Roger de Mortuo 
Mari of Wygemor, Roger de Mortuo Mari of Chirk, Master Rees ap HoweU, 
Richard do Lymesy, Meuric ap Res, John Counter, Traham Du, Meredith 
ap Eynon, MeuricK Eemmeys, Hugh de Rath', David Syuuagh, Jevan ap 
Gwyn, William de Rues, Nicholas de la March, William Sart[us], John 
Curteys, Richard le Barber, William le Rede, Nicholas de Usk, Adam 
Gybbe, Howel ap Maddok, Jerverth ap Phelipp'son and Maddok ap Eynon 
with others mowed the king's com and grass at Neuport, Stowe, Dyueleys, 
Maghay and Rempny in Wenthelok, and committed divers trespasses there. 
The jury is to be of the parts of Wentelok, Gloumorgan and Morganno, and 
Usk. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to John de Bousser and John Inge, bv oath of good men of the 
lands of Gloumorgan and Gower, lately in the king's hands, touching the 
persons who took John Iweyn, clerk, and Philip le Eeu, his servant, at the 



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eastle of Neth in the land of Glomorgan, led them to Swyneseye in the 
land of Oower, killed them there and plundered them of their goods. 

ByK. 



May 28. 
Haverah. 



May 28. 
Haverah. 



MEMBRANE Id. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Stonore, Ralph de Hereford 
and Thomas de Louth on complaint by Hugh le Despenser, earl of Win- 
chester, that John de Wynton, and others entered the earl's manors at 
Dadyngton, Eertlyngton, Piriton, Hasele, Ascote and Spelesbury, co. 
Oxford, &o. [as set forth in the king's information on p. 165]. [Pari, 
Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said Hugh le Despenser, 
touching trespasses committed on his under-mentioned manors [being 
identical with those recited in the king's informations on pp. 165-6 as com- 
mitted when the manors were in his hands] , viz. — 

Spene, Henton and Stanford, co. Berks. By p.s. 

Hugheton and Asshemere, co. Dorset. By p.s. 

Berton, Asshele, Creuker, Bedhampton and Mapeldorewell, co. 

Southampton. By p.s. 

Dachet, Foulmer, and Wycombe, co. Buckingham. By p.s. 

Fastem, Cumpton, Merwheden, Uppavene, Marleberwe, Wutton, 

Broddeton, Wynterbom, Berwyk, Sonde, Merston, Eton, Somersford, 

Chelworth, Crickelade, Tokenham and Beaumys, co. Wilts. By p.s. 

Lychelade, Fairford, Cheddeworth, Hampton Moysy, Bardesle, Lasse- 

barwe, Bysseleye, Wysangre, Musardere and Wynstan, co. 

Gloucester. By p.s. 

Baggheshote, co. Surrey. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to John de Bousser, John de Cantebrigge and William de 
Oosefeld on like complaint by the said Hugh le Despenser, earl of Win- 
chester, that Matthew de Bassingbume and others committed trespasses on 
his manor of Saham, co. Cambridge [as set forth on the king's information 
on p. 166]. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on like complaint of the said Hugh le 
Despenser touching his undermentioned manors [as set forth on the king's 
informations on pp. 166-7], viz. — 

Eeston and Suthho, oo. Huntingdon. By p.s. 

Parlington, co. York. By p.s. 

Hagebarwe, co. Lincoln. By p.s. 

Berwedon, oo. Butla^d. By p.s. 

Shireveslenche, Elmle, Cumbreton and Salwarp, co. Worcester. 

By p.s. 
Lughteburgh, Beaumaner, Tretbeby^ Emesby, Huclescote and Quern- 
don, CO. Leicester. By p.s. 
Boston and Thurwarston^ oo. Derby. By p.s. 
Biayles and Toneworth, co. Warwick. By p.s. 
Alstanfeld, co. Stafford. [Pari Writs.] By p.s. 



MEMBRANE M. 



21 [June] • Commissioner of oyer and terminer to John de Nevill, Richard de la Bere 
Bi8hopthorp«. and Peter de la Bokele on the king's information that Roger de Pedwardyn 

and Roger his son, Philip Damy, Hasculph de Whitewell, Richard de 



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Furneux, John son of Alan de Bolyngbrok, Thomas de Hillari of Frauncton 
and Thomas de Welles with others entered the manor of Frauncton, co. 
Lincoln, lately in the king's hands, and took and carried away goods found 
there. By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by Hugh le Despenser, the 
younger, that Roger de Pedwardyne with others as above entered the said 
manor of Fraunketon, which he holds by the king's commission. By K. 

June 23. The like to Richard de la Bere and Henry de Pentelawe on complaint 

York. by Reginald Povy of Abyndon that Richard Bisshop of Abyndon and Alice 

his wife and John his son and John de Walingford of Abyndon with 

others assaulted him at Abyndon, co. Berks. By p.s. 

Afterwards on 2 August, 16 Edward II, Adam de Brom and Master 
Robert de Ayleston were associated in the foregoing commission. 

Afterwards on 11 August, in the same year, Robert de Hungerford was 
associated in the said commission. 

Afterwards John Loveday was associated with the said Richard and 
Henry. Durham, 26 September. 

June 2. The like to John de Stonore, Ralph de Bereford and Thomas de Louthe 

Rothwell. on complaint by John de Haudlo that William de Side, chaplain, Richard 
atte Halle, Robert Barbost, William de Caumpeden, Nicholas Perys, Peter 
de la Mare, Thomas * the personesbaillif ' of Cheverel, Peter le Clerk of 
Laventon, Peter le Frenssh, Henry Trym, Geoffrey le Clerk, William 
Gerard, Ralph son of Geoffrey le Clerk, John son of Robert Pynnok of 
Stoke, Thomas le Rede of Wermenstre, and John le Duyn, knight, 
with others, entered his manors at Cheverel and Pulton, co. Wilts, &c. 
[as on pp. 162-8] . By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said John de Haudlo 
that Giles Power, Henry le Kyller of Andevere, Richard Trenchefoil, 
Richard le Rede of Coumbe and John le Duyn with others committed the 
like trespasses at his manor of Enham, co. Southampton, and drove away 
his horses, cattle, &c. [as set forth on p. 168] . By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said John de Haudlo 
that Walter le Poure, knight, Richard de Louches, Philip de Hanvill, Giles 
Ryvel, Thomas Malet, Giles le Poure, Richard atte Halle, John de Hampton, 
Robert de Leukenore, John son of Richard de Louches, John de Louches, 
Andrew de Louches, Robert de Louches of Chiselhampton, Ralph Wace, 
Edward Baroun of Marlebergh, Roger de Calston, John de Leycestre, John 
Perceval, John Skalcbrok and Alexander his brother, Roger son of William 
Foliot of Roulesby, Robert Everard, John, parson of the church of Skipton, 
Drogo de Dane and Gilbert his brother, Thomas de Garsyndon, Nigel de 
Brackele, Walter de Nategrave, Thomas Arthur, Thomas le Mareschal and 
Roger de Solers, parson of the church of RoUyndright, with others, entered 
his manors at Pedynton, Muswell, Beckele, Edyndon, Chadelynton, 
Swereford and RoUyndright, <&c. [as set forth on p. 162]. By p.s. 

May 18. The like to Henry Spigumel, Robert de Malberthorp, Walter de Friskeney 
York. and John de Heselarton, on the king's information that Simon de Refham, 
mayor of the town of Cambridge, William de Thackestede, William de 
Sledmere, John Pourfish and Robert de Biry, bailiffs of the town, John 
Pittok, clerk of the town, John Flemyng, John Andreu, John 'Richardsman 
le Tableter,' John le Sadeler, John son of Geoffrey le Irnemonger, 
John de Snaylwell^ John son of William de Bamton, John de Brunne, 



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John de Leek, 'espicer/ John Robliard, John de Denford, John de 
Kymberle, John Bisshop, *bakere,' John le Smith *milner,* John Utlagh, 
John de Tychewell, John Baroun, John Knyvet, John de Trumpeton, John 
de Caumpes, John le Tavemer, John le Cousyn*, John de Byteryng, John 
de Seccheford, John son of Guy le Spicer, John Payn, John de Lincoln, 
John Edward, John le Homyngesether, John le Barkere, John Sponge, 
John le Marchal, John de Sholdham, John Pawe and John his son, John de 
Ware, John le Clerc, John Pylat, John Brice, John le Fissher, John le 
Spenser, John de la Sale, John de Hyndercle, John le Taillour, John Freblod, 
John le Litester, John Moriz, John Berefot, John Kyng, John le Pastmaker, 
John de Snoryng, John de Maydenston, John de Comberton, John de Sancto 
Neoto, John de Northfolk, *flesshmonger,' John le Blake, John Petit, 
John Scot, John de Evesham, John de Trumpeton, * cok,* John le Yonge, 
* glasewright,* John Merlyn, John de Launshill, John le Heyward, John 
' Bernardesman le Baker,' John Page, John de Lecton, John de Rokelond, 
John lo Fanner, James son of Agnes le Fissher, James Godelomb, Laurence 
le Deer, Laurence de Hadenham, Laurence le Taillour, Laurence Pyttok, 
Matthew le Barker, David le Souter, Nicholas le Espicer, Nicholas de 
Haselyngfeld, Stephen Godeson, Stephen le Fourbour, Stephen *Waltersman 
le Flesshmonger,' William Scot, William Flemyng, William le Pulter, 
William de Barenton, William le Forester, William Engayne, William 
Godyer, William le Lorymer of Disse, William de Bodekesham, William 
Aloum, William le Spicer, William de Haselyngfeld, William Tuylet, 
William son of John Pawe, William de Castre, William de Talworth, 
William Pope, William de Lenne, William Scoler, William de Biry, 
William le Whelwright, William Seman, William de Hindercle, the elder, 
William de Hindercle, the younger, William atte Gate, William leAun toner, 
William de Wrastlyngworth, William atte Howes, William Holay, William 
Heyward, William Pellour, William le Toller, William Scot, *le bakere,* 
William *Richardesman le Tableter,* William deDriffeld, William Whitheved, 
*cok,* William Sauvage, William Tuylet, 'fissher,* William de Holme, William 
le Milnere, William Redheved, William de Sengham, William de Poke- 
lyngton, William Snoryng, Peter le Homer, Peter de Newenham, Peter 
de Bernyngham, Peter * Williamesman Flemyng,* Adam son of Robert le 
Shereman, Adam de Essex, Adam de Derham, Adam de Bungeye, Adam 
de la Fermerye, Alexander de Cesterton, Alexander le Beer, Alexander 
le Smyth, Alan de Refham, Ancelm de Costeseye, Alan Walshe, Alexander 
le Barker, Andrew de Hyche, Alexander de Bodekesham, Albred le Mercer, 
Alexander Robliard, Andrew le Litester, Andrew Fyton, Bartholomew 
Moryz, Bartholmew le Barker, Bartholomew le Walshe, Benedict de Biry, 
Brice de Reef ham, Bernard le Baker, Berard le Baker, Geoffrey de Ely, Guy le 
Spicer, Gilbert de Chateriz, GeoflErey de Wardeboys, Geoffrey de Tychewell, 
Godfrey le Polter, Geoffrey de Lenne, Geoffrey de Thachested, 
Simon de Helpringham, Simon de Bradele, Simon atte Ponde, Simon 
Flemyng, Simon Sarteryn, Simon de Bitteryng, Thomas Nikeyt, Thomas 
de Kymberle, Thomas le Toumour, Thomas de Cotenham, Thomas 
de Leycestre, Thomas le Lorymer, Thomas le Furbour, Thomas le 
Surgien, Thomas ' Jonesman Edward,' Thomas son of Robert le Sher- 
man, Thomas de Snaylwell, Thomas < Rogeresman Prentiz,* Thomas Aleyn, 
Thomas Lawe, Thomas *Roberdesman le Tavemer,* Thomas le.Bro[un], 
' cok,* Thomas Giffard, Thomas le Porter, Thomas Tunnok, Thomas 
de Barneton, Robert de Broune, Robert de Biry, Robert Spurnegold, Robert 
Martyn, 'fleshmonger,' Robert de Pinchebek, Robert de Ely, Robert 
Dnnnyng, Robert le Goldsmyth, Robert Baroun, Robert le Tavemer, Robert 
de Tichewell, Robert le Barber, Robert de Pagrave, Robert le Sherman, 



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Robert le Soutere, Robert de Gritton, Robert de Fulburno, Robert le Baker, 
Robert Hassok, Robert Scot, Robert lo Longe, Robert le Bakere, Robert 
atte Ponde, Robert Tburrok, Robert Rolle, Robert le Pipere, Robert de 
Mordon, Robert le Wright of Cambridge, Ralpb Sabbe, Richard le Tabletere, 
Richard Modibrok, Richard de Thackested, Richard Matelask, Richard de 
Rod^rham, Richard le Bakere, Richard Tuyllet, Richard Carde, Richard de 
Trippelowe, Richard de Mordon, Richard Pestour, Richard Dirivall, * flesh- 
monger,' Richard Portage, Richard Ganne, Richard le Heyer, Richard atte 
Brok, Richard Gerwey, Roger le Cok, *fleshmonger,' Roger de Sancto Neoto, 
Roger Fouk, Roger de Hemeye, Roger de Costeseye, Roger de Wycombe, 
Roger * WilliamesmanFlemyng,' Roger de Kent, Reginald de Trumpyngton, 
Reginald de Ledbeter, Ralph le Bakes tere, Ralph Balle, Ralph de Com- 
berton, Ralph de Feltewell, *pelleter,' Ralph Sabbe, Richer Portejoye, Hugh 
Flemyng, Hugh le Taverner, Hugh sTonesman le Mareschal,' Humphrey de 
Pyncebek, Henry de Grantesden, Henry de Mordon, Henry Swalwe, Henry 
le Bakere, Henry le Sheremon, Henry le Glovere, Henry le F[ulur], Henry 
de Wympol, Henry le Barker, Henry de .Toft, * le barber,* Henry * Jonesman 
Andreu,* Henry de Scardeburgh, Henry le Mareschal, Henry de Beche, 
Edmund de Briggestrete, Eudo de Helpringham, Ivo le Fleshmonger, 
Walter le Fleshmonger, Walter le Dekne, Walter de Gasele, Walter de 
Salesbury, Walter de Bedeford, Walter de Coton, Walter de Elyngham, and 
Walter de Talworth of Cambridge with others attacked the inns of the 
masters and scholars of the University of Cambridge, and killed Walter de 
Shelton, parson of the church of Welton, etc. [as set forth on p. 151-158]. 

By pet. of C. 



MEMBRANE 5d. 

June 25. Commission of oyeir and terminer to Edmund de Hemegrave, Robert de 
York. Aspale, John de Cantebrigg and John Claver on complaint by Robert de 
Saxham that Richard Freysel, William le Fevre of Little Saxham and 
Simon his son, Walter son of Robert * Delestanstrete,* Walter StuUe, 
Richard de Pesewode of Thorp Murieux, John de Whethirmcrssh, John de 
Parys and William de Redznedwe with others assaulted him at Little 
Saxham, co. Suffolk, broke his fold and took and led away 200 sheep of the 
price of 600^., and assaulted his servants. By p.s. 

Afterwards, 21 July, John de Mutford was associated with the above 
justices. 

The like to the same justices on like complaint by Robert Motoun against 
the same persons. By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on like complaint by John le Enyght against 
the same persons. By p.s. 



MEMBRANE 4d. 

May 18. Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spygurnel, Robert de 
York. Malberthorp, Walter de Friskeneye and John do Heselarton on complaint 
by Master John de Heselarton, clerk, that Simon de Reef ham, mayor of the 
town of Cantebrigg, with others in the name of the commonalty of the town 
attacked his inn there and assaulted him [in the same terms as the 
commission set forth on p. 151]. [Pari. Writs.]^ By pet. of C. 



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The like to the same justices in the county of Cambridge at the instances 
of the under-mentioned clerks, viz. — 

Master William de Codewell. Master Oeofi&ey de Clare. 
Heni^ de Hempryngham. William de Balderston. 

Martin de Creek. William de Clyve. 

James de Ispania. Robert de Pagraye. 

Roger de Heslarton. Arnold de Tyle. 

Master John de Langetoft. John de Campania, the younger. 

Master Robert de Ereswell. John de Keynes. 

Master Richard Badewe. Thomas de Melton. 

Edmund de Baynton. Master John de Walden. 

Ralph de Radeswell. Roger son of William le Fouler. 

Robert Lovel. Stephen de Codewell. 

Richard Bryan. Simon de Campania. 

Stephen de Wyrmesford. John de Campania the elder. 

Walter de Weston. Hugh Oemoun, parson of the 

John de la Haye. church of EUcesleye. 

[Pari. WHt4.] 



MEMBRANE Sd. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Wylughby, Hugh de 
Prestwold, John de Cave and John Cheynel on complaint by Thomas son 
of Bernard, that Ralph de Dalton, Ivo, parson of the church of Fynghale, 
Richard de Knoston, Peter Russel, parson of the church of Etton, Thomas 
de Aigneus, John le Barkere of Etton, Edward Charles, * Adam Edward- 
serjant,' Richard Brecon, Roger le Procuratour, John Waryn, Bernard de 
Pikeworth, Nicholas Morel, William Dene of Milton, and John le Provost 
of Thorp with others entered his manor at Milton, co. Northampton, broke 
his houses and chests, drove away his horses, cattle, sheep and swine, carried 
away his goods and charters, and assaulted his men. By p.s. 

July 8. The like to John de Benstede, John de Cantebrigge and Robert de 

York. Asshele on complaint by Humphrey de Walleden that John de Oodele and 

Thomas atte Ford took, imprisoned, and assaulted him at Berkhampstede, 

CO. Hertford. By E. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said Humphrey that 
the same persons committed the like trespasses against him at Eeny[ton], 
CO. Surrey. By K. 

July 4. The like to John Cheynel, Robert de Stok and William de Lucy on 

York. complaint by Thomas Waleys that Simon Pakeman of Coventre, 
R . . . de Ruyton, William de Bunynton, Walter le Whitewebbe, Alan 
de Waleshale, Thomas de Laxton, Simon de Ruyton, Simon le Latoner, 
John de Middelton, Adam Gurmound, Oeofifrey Kay, Richard de Ruyton 
and Alice his wife and Alice his sister, Thomas son of Thomas ' in the 
Hume ' and Thomas de Colshull with others assaulted him at Coventre, 
CO. Warwick, and broke his arms. By K. 



MEMBRANE Id. 



M^ 18. Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spignmel, Robert de 

Yotk, Malbertiiorp, Walter de Friskeneye, and John de HeseUurton, on the king's 

information, touching the riot at Cambridge, to the same effect as the 



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^Qg^n Membrane Id — eont, 

eommission set forth on p. 151, with the addition amongst the charges that 
they trampled in the mud a writ concerning the liberties of the University 
when it was presented to them, and afterwards when the same writ was 
affixed on behalf of the University to the door of the Tolbooth, they tore it 
down and trampled it again in the mud. [Farl, Writs.] 



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16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



1322. MEMDBANE 34. 

July 9. Presentation of John de Ros to the church of Scorehurgh, in the diocese 

York. of York, in the king's gift by reason of the minority of the heir of Gerard 

Salvayn, who held by knight service of the heir of Henry de Percy, tenant 

in chief, a minor in the king's custody. The letters of presentation are 

directed to W. archbishop of York, primate of England. 

Grant to Edmund, earl of Kent, the king's brother, of the castle of Oke- 
ham, CO. Rutland, to hold with the shrievalty, hundreds, knights' fees, 
advowsons of churches, free chapels, religious houses and hospitals, and 
with markets, fairs, parks, woods, warrens, free chaces, fisheries. 

Vacated because mi the roll of the fifteenth year, 

July 8. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Nicholas de Lyndwode, 

York. parson of the church of Wyvelesford, who is constantly attendant upon the 
King's service. 

The like for the following, viz. — 
John de Heslarton. 

July 10. Nicholas de Gyldeford. 

York. 

July 12. Ralph de Querndon, parson of the church of Norton. 

York. Master Henry de Longedon. 

July 10. William Bretoun, parson of the church of Sutton. 

York. Master Robert de Worth. 

The prior of Ecclesfeld. 

Master Henry de Clif,' prebendary of Applesthorp. 
John de Bernak, parson of the church of Toft. 
Master Henry de Clif.' 

Master Isambert de Longa Villa, dean of Tamworth. 
Roger de Multon, clerk. 

July 16. Master Michael de Hartcla. 

York. 

July 17. Thomas Gorge. 

York. Master Richard de Evesham, parson of the church of Sevemestok. 

Matilda, late the wife of Robert Tyliol. 
John de Hegham, clerk. 

John de Marton, parson of the church of Westtillebury. 
Simon de Hereford of Westrasen. 

Thomas de Wolvardynton, parson of the church of Lobenham. 
The prior of Upaven. 

July 8. Commission to Oliver de Ingham to array all the horse and foot of the 

York, county of Chester against the Scots. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

July 8. Licence for Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, to grant the manor 

York. of Parlyngton, co. York, and the manor of Alkebarwe, co. Lincoln, held in 

chief, to John de Crumbewell and Idonia his wife for their lives, to hold by 

the service of Id. a year for every service. By p.s. 



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^099 Membrane 84 — cont. 

July 10. Exemption to John de Barton of Fryton, who by the king's mandate is 

York. attendant to the affairs of Alice de Lascy, countess of Lincoln and Salis- 
bury, the king's kinswoman, from being compelled whilst he is so engaged, 
to go on the king's service to Scotland or elsewhere. By K. 

July 10. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Alice de Lacy, countess of 

York. Lincoln and Salisbury, to the abbot and convent of Barlynges of the 

manor of Swaveton, co. Lincoln, and of the advowson of the church of 

that manor, which are held in chief, to hold in frank almoin ; licence also 

for the abbot and convent to appropriate the said church. By K. 

Protection for life with clause nolumxis for Thomas, abbot of Barlynges, 
his men and lands. By K. on the information of William de Clif.' 

July 14. Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, and 

York. William de Burgo, coming to the king on the king's affairs, their men and 

households. By K. 

July 12. Simple protection without clause for one year for William Lengigneour. 

York 

July 14. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William de Hoton of 
York. ' Boston, Serjeant of Richard de Ayremynne, parson of the church of 
Elvelay. 

July 18. Safe-conduct for one year for merchants of Spain, coming within the 
York. realm with wares to trade, provided they pay the usual customs. 

By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

July 14. Licence for John de Denum and Margaret his wife to enfeoff Master 

York. William de Middelton, clerk, of the manors of Wygeton, Kirkebride, and 
Melmorby and of the advowsons of the churches thereof, and the manors 
of Great Waverton, Ulveton, Dundrawe and Staynton, co. Cumberland, 
held in chief, and for him to re-grant the same to them in tail with 
remainder failing such issue to the right heirs of Margaret. By K. 

Presentation of John de Ros, to the church of Scoreburgh in the diocese 
of York in the king's gift as before set forth. The letters of presentation 
are directed to the provost of the church of St. John, Beverley. 

July 16. Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Kyngeston upon 

Thames that their grant of four footmen armed with haketons, habergeons, 
and basinets and iron gloves, to remain on the king's service in the Scotch 
war at their expense for a certain time, shall not be to their prejudice or be 
drawn into a precedent. By E. 

July 11. Pardon to Thomas Lovel, late a rebel, with restitution of his lands and 

York. ' tenements forfeited on that account. By E. 

July 11. ^^® ^^^® ^ John de Myners. 

York. Dy E. on the information of W. de Ayremynne. 

July 14. Licence for Fulk Lestraunge to crenellate his dwelling-place of White- 
York, cherche, co. Salop. By p.s. 

July 15. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Bourne to the prior 

York. and brethren of the hospital of St. John the Baptist, Bristol, of a messuage 

and a virgate of land in Dundray by Cheu. By fine of 4O5. 

July 20. Geoffrey, abbot of St. Mary's, St. Pierre sur Dives, staying beyond the seas, 

York. has letters nominating John de Sancto Albano, his fellow-monk, and Guy 
Breton his attorneys in England for four years. 

By fine of 40». Warwick, 



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-f 222 .MKMimANE 33. 

July 10. Licence for Thomas de Docwra to enfeoflF Richard Whiteheved of a 

York. messuage and 2 acres and 1 rood of land in * Hoton in the Forest,' held in 
chief, to hold to him and his heirs. 

July 10. Grant to John, bishop of Norwich, the chancellor, in extension of a 

York. former grant to him of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the 

lands and tenements late of Robert of Burguillon, tenant in chief, together 

with the marriage of the heir, of the advowsons of churches belonging to 

the said lands and tenements. By E. 

July 8. Grant during pleasure to William Rocelyn, king's clerk, of the custody of 

York. the hospital of Mere. 

July 10. Grant to Geoffrey le Scrop, king's yeoman and serjeant, and his heirs, 

York. in extension of a former grant for life, of the manor and town of Brackene, 

CO. York, late of Henry Tyeys, a rebel, which came into the king's hands 

by forfeiture. By K. 

Pardon to Henry son of Robert Lyvet and Elias son of Robert Lyvet, his 
brother, for the death of Nicholas de Val, whereof they were indicted. 

ByK. 

July 13. Grant to William Davy, receiver of the castle of Tuttebury and of other 

York. lands, late of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, which are in the king's hands, 

of 12d, a day for his wages, and two robes a year, suitable for a clerk, out 

of the issues of the custody ; and also hay, litter and brushwood in the said 

castle and other lands, for so long as he is attendant in that office. By E. 

July 14. Presentation of Robert de Munden to the church of Stiford, in the 

York. diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of the lands and tenements 

of Henry Gemet being in his hands. By p.s. 



July 12. The like of Richard Wroth to the church of Sweynesseye in the diocese 
York. of St. David. By E. 

July 10. Licence for Hugh le Despenser, the younger, and Eleanor his wife, the 
York. king's niece, to enfeoff Elizabeth, late the wife of John de Burgo, of the 
castles and manors of Swayneseye, Ostremuth, Pennard, Loghem and 
Lunan and of the advowsons of the churches of Swayneseye, Taibont and 
Oystremuth and of the priory of Languynyth in Gower, held in chief, to 
hold to them and their heirs in exchange for the castles and manors of 
Usk, Tregruk, and Eaerlion, the manors of Lyswyry, Parva Tynteme, 
New Grange, Little Lantrissan, Trillek, Troye, Lamcom and Woundy, and 
the advowsons of the churches of Treydenauch, Landissay, Troye, Tregruk, 
Pentek, Kemmeys and Landegewyth, of the abbey of Eaerlion, the priory 
of Usk, the chapel of Eancarvan, and the hospital of Usk. By E. 

Licence for the said Elizabeth, late the wife of John de Burgo, to 
enfeoff the said Hugh and Eleanor his wife, of the said castles, manors, 
and advowsons in exchange as set forth above. By E. 

July 18. Appointment of John de Bermyngham, earl of Loueth, justiciary of 
York. Ireland, to cause to come before him, instead of the king, the records and 
processes of all pleas that were before Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemor, 
while he was supplying the king's place in Ireland, and to correct 
errors, if any, therein, as the king is given to understand that in many 
cases pleaded before the said Roger without the king's writs, contrary to 
law and the customs of those parts, manifest errors intervened, and com- 
plainants in such cases, as well by reason of the distance and dangers as by 
their impotency and poverty, cannot sue before the king within the realm 
for the correction thereof, as the custom has been hitherto. By E. 



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The chancellor, treasurer and other ministers of the king of those parts 
are to be intendent to the said earl. 

July 15. Grant to the earls, barons, knights and others of the county of Chester 

York. that the levy and despatch of the 1,000 footmen, whom the king had 
commanded them to levy and send forward to Newcastle on Tyne by 
24 July next, shall not be to their prejudice or drawn into a precedent. 

ByK. 
July 12. Pardon to James de Wealde, an adherent of Bartholomew de Badeles- 

Tork. mere, a rebel ; with restitution of his lands, tenements and goods. 

ByK. 

July 14. Grant to Edmund, earl of Arundel, of William de Wauton, knight, a 

York. rebel, and of all his lands, tenements and goods, which have been taken into 

the king's hands. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Somerset and Dorset to deliver 

to the earl all such lands, tenements and goods which are in his 

custody. 

The like mandate to James de Broghton to deliver such lands, &c. as 
are in his custody. 

July 12. Commission substituting Henry de Faucumberge and John de Belke- 

York. thorpe, in the place of John de Sutton and Kobert le Constable of Flayn- 
burgh, who cannot attend thereto, in a former commission of array [p. 126] 
for the East Riding, co. York ; and association of them in the room of the 
said Henry and John with Edmund Wasteneys, William de Beeston, John 
de Walkyngham and Robert de Colevill in another commission to levy in 
that county 2,000 foot to go against the Scots. [Pari, Writs.] 

By K. and p.s. 

July 16. Writ of aid for Henry de Shirokes, king's clerk, receiver of victuals at 

York. Newcastle upon Tyne, appointed to purvey hay, oats and victuals, to be paid 
for in the Wardrobe against the king's coming to that town. 

Pardon to William Fraunk, an adherent of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, 
and other rebels ; with restitution of his lands, tenements and goods. 

By p.s. 

July 17. Protection for one year for William de Tunstall of Ravenserodde, 

York. merchant, going to the southern parts of the realm with his ship to buy 
victuals and other goods and to convey them from thence to York and 
Newcastle upon Tyne, and other parts in the North, provided he does not 
communicate with the Scots or the Flemings ; nothing is to be taken against 
the will of the said William or of his men for the king's use of such victuals 
and goods. 

The like safe-conduct for Richard de Warrewyk. 

July 16. Notification that W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, has made fine for 

York. the service due from him in the army in Scotland ; and the said bishop, 

his heirs and successors are not to be molested touching such service. 

By p.s. 
Vacated because surrendered ami cancelled and otherwise below under tlie same 
date, 

July 21. The like to J. bishop of Norwich. By p.s. 

York. Vacated as above. 

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer that 
the said bishops are to be quit thereof at the Exchequer. 
Vacated as above, 

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178 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



2322 MEMBRANE 82. 

July 13. Licence for Alice, late the wife of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, to marry 

York. whomsoever she will of the king's allegiance. By K. 

Grant for life to the said Alice, daughter and heir of Henry de Laci, 
sometime earl of Lincoln, she having granted and released to the king all 
her right and claim in the castle, town and manor of Cliderhou and in the 
manors and towns of Penwrotham, Blakebourn and Ightenhill and in the 
manors of Standon and Aykeryngton with the vaccaries and with the parks, 
chace and forest of Rochesdale and Blakebourn, co. Lancaster, of 500 marks 
a year, to be received out of the issues thereof by the hands of the keepers 
thereof. By K. 

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled and otherunse below. 

July 12. Grant to R. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, that the pavage for the city 

York, of Lichefeld and for enclosing the precinct of the cathedral church with a 

stone wall, granted to bishop Walter, his predecessor, for seven years from 

8 November, 14 Edward II, shall continue for that period, notwithstanding 

the death of the said Walter. 

July 12. Grant to Henry de Leycestre and William de Oterhampton, king's clerks, 

York. auditors of the accounts of receivers, bailiffs and keepers of the lands late 

of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, and other rebels, of 20/. a year to each of 

them for so long as they are so engaged, to be received out of the issues 

thereof by the hands of such receivers. By K. 

The like to the following auditors of the issues in divers counties of such 
lands : — 

Robert de Silkeston and Roger de Gidesburgh of 20/. a year to each of 

them. 
Simon de Baldreston and Master Thomas de Cheddeworth, in divers 

counties and in Wales, of 25 marks a year to each of them. 
Henry de Athelarstre and Walter de Bredon, in divers counties, of 
20 marks a year to each of them. 

July 12. Writ of aid for one year for Roger de Acton, king's serjeant, charged by 

York. the steward of the Household and keeper of the Wardrobe to make purvey- 
ances for the office of the kitchen ; nothing is to be taken in the fee of the 
church. By K. 

The like for Odo de Stoke. 

July 12. Pardon to Gilbert de Elsefeld, a rebel ; with restitution of his lands 
York. and tenements. By K. 

July 15. Mandate to Philip de Middelton, keeper of the land of Montgomery, 

York. to levy 100 footmen from that land and to lead them to the king by 

1 August, and from the time of their leaving those parts until they shall 

come to the king to pay them their wages out of the issues of his bailiwick. 

[Pari. WHts.] By K. 

The like to John Wrothe, keeper of the land of Ewyaslacy, to levy 100 
footmen. [Pari, Writs,] 

July 12. Licence, upon a fine made by Robert de Maundevill, for Alexander 

York, Luterel to enfeoff John de Wydecumbe of his manor of Hardyngton, held 

in chief, and for the said John to gtjskut the said manor to the said Robert 

for life, with remainders to the said Alexander and Mary his wife, and the 

heirs of their bodies and to the right heirs of the said Robert. 

By fine of iOs. 



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2322. Membrane 32 — cont, 

July 16. Commission to Philip de Middelton, keeper of the land of Montgomery, 

York. f^ levy 100 footmen, as well English as Welsh, from the lordship of Cans, 

which is in the king's hands by reason of the death of Peter de Corbet ; to 

be with the king by 1 August. [Pari, Writs,] By K. 

Mandate to A. bishop of Hereford, to levy 100 footmen, from his lord- 
ships in the Marches of Wales by the advice of the said Philip. [Pari. 
Writs.] By K. ; Et erant clause. 

July 21. Pardon to J. bishop of Norwich, of the service due from him for the 

York. army in Scotland. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

The like to W. bishop of Exeter. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

July 16. Presentation of Richard de Wirecestre, chaplain, to the church of 

York. Bretheham, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the 
lands and tenements of Roger Dammory, late a rebel, being in his hands. 

By p.s. 

The like to William de Langele, to the church of Riburgh, in the diocese 
of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the lands and tenements of Robert 
de Walkefare being in his hands. By p.s. 

Thomas de Garton and Alan de Malteby, monks of Whiteby, bringing 
news of the cession of Thomas de Mai ton, late abbot of that place, have 
letters for the prior and convent of licence to elect. By p.s. 

July 12. George de Saluciis, whom the king lately believed to be dead, but who is 

York. alive, is not to be molested in his benefices. By p.s. 

July 15. Pardon to Robert de Chedeworth, an adherent of the rebels, in consideration 

York. of a fine made by him whereof he has paid part and found sufficient security 

for the residue, and also of his having found security under a penalty of 

200 marks for his future good behaviour. By p.s. 



MEMBRANE 31. 

July 10. Mandate to John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, to do his fealty to Henry 

York. de Thrapston, king's clerk, appointed by the king to receive the same in 
his name for the manors of Tonbrigg, Wynterbum, Aumbresbure, Cane- 
ford, Hestring, and Cherleton, which he holds for life of the inheritance of 
Alice, late the wife of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, and daughter and heir of 
Henry de Lascy, sometime earl of Lincoln, the said Alice having granted 
to the king that after the death of the earl they shall pass in remainder to 
him. By K. 

July 17. Appointment of Nicholas de Acton, king's clerk, to pay the Welsh 

York. footmen about to go towards Scotland their wages from the day when they 
shall move from the parts of Shrewsbury until they come to the king. 

ByK. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master Ralph de Pagrave, 
clerk. 

July 12. Grant for life to Alice de Lacy, countess of Lincoln and Salisbury, of 

York. the castle,. town and manor of Cliiford in Wales, the manors of Coleham, 

Woxebrigge, and Eggeswere, co. Middlesex, Halton upon Trent, Wadyngton, 

Brottelby, Lutton, and Thorley, and the castle, town, manor, honor and soke of 



180 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS! 



1322. Membrane 81 — cont, 

Bolyngbrok, and the moors of Wyldemore and le Frith, co. Lincoln, Wadenho 
and Wardington, co. Northampton, Birencestre and Mydelyngton, co. 
Oxford, and Glasbury in Wales, and also all the lands and tenements 
in Holeburn in the suburb of London, together with knights* fees &c. as 
freely and fully as they were held by Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, her 
father, in the time of the king's progenitors ; with remainder to Hugh le 
Despenser, the younger, and his heirs. Grant also to the said Alice that 
the manors of Horblyng, co. Lincoln, and Grauncestre, co. Cambridge, 
which Joan, late the wife of the said Henry, holds in dower of the king's 
inheritance under a grant made to him by the said Alice, and which after 
the death of the said Joan ought to revert to the king and his heirs by 
virtue of such grant, shall upon the death of Joan pass in remainder to 
the said Alice, if she shall then be surviving, to hold for life together 
with knights' fees, (&c. with remainder upon the deaths of the said Joan 
and Alice to the said Hugh and his heirs. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to the keeper of the castle, manor and town of 
Clyfford and of the manor of Glasbury in Wales to deliver the same to the 
said countess. 

The like to the under-mentioned, viz. — 

Robert de Hungerford, keeper of the manors of Coleham, Woxebrigge, 

and Eggewere, co. Middlesex. 
Alan de Cubbeldyk, keeper of the manors of Halton upon Trent, 

Wadyngton, Brottelby, Lutton and Thorleye and the castle &c. of 

Bolyngbrok and the moors of Wildemore and le Frith, co. Lincoln. 
Richard de Whatton, keeper of the manors of Wadenho and 

Wardyngton. 
Robert de Stok, keeper of the manors of Birencestre and Midelyngton, 

CO. Oxford. 
Hamo de Chigewell, keeper of the lands and tenements in the street 

of Holeburn, in the suburb of London. 

July 20. Grant to Godfrey de Rudham of the deanery of the king's free chapel of 

York. Wolvemehampton. By K. on the information of Richard de Ayremynne. 

July 10. Grant to Alice de Lascy, countess of Lincoln and Salisbury, late the wife 

York. of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, and her heirs, that she may enter upon and 
hold the manor of Avington, co. Berks, upon the death of Emma de 
Lungespeye, who holds it for life of the inheritance of the said Alice, and 
which upon the death of the said Emma ought for certain causes to pass 
into the king's hands. By E. 

July 15. Licence after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Thomas de Burgo, 

York. king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, for the alienation in mortmain, 
by Thomas Thorald, clerk, of Alverthorp, and Roger de Lancastre, 
executors of the testament of William son of Gennan de Wakefeld, of 
18«. 4(/. of rent in the city of York, held in chief, arising out of a 
messuage which Thomas de Beningburgh, * orfevere,' of York, holds, to a 
chaplain, to hold to him and his successors celebrating the mass of 
St. Mary daily in the church of All Saints, Wakefeld, in augmentation of 
their maintenance. By fine of 80s. 

July 14. Grant to the dean and chapter of the church of Lichefeld, with respect 

York. to the 904 marks bequeathed by Walter de Langeton, late bishop of 

Coventry and Lichfield, in aid of the fabric of the chapel of St. Mary in 

the church of Lichefeld, and which was to remain in their custody, to be 

applied to that work by his executors by view and ordinance of the dean 



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Membrane 31 — cont. 



and chapter, and which sum the said dean and chapter, with the assent 
of the said executors, lent to the king together with a further sum of 
257L 19s. lid, for the Scotch war, that they may receive the farms of the 
following towns until they shall be fully satisfied in the said sums, to wit, 
the farm of Shrewsbury, extended at 30/.; that of Notingham with the old 
farm and increment at 67^ 35. id, ; that of Oxford 40Z. and that of 
Bruges at 61, Ss. id. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the bailiffs and good men of the said towns. 

July 16, Grant to William de Clif, king's clerk, of all corn, hay and grass grow- 

York. ing and being in the manor of Brottelby. By K. 

July 18. Margaret, late the wife of Gilbert de Knovill, going on pilgrimage to St. 

York. Edmund's, Pontigny, has letters nominating Richard de Chissebich and 
Walter de Pynneho his attorneys for one year. 

July 20. Grant to Burgesius de Tyll[io], king's yeoman, of all the goods late of 

York. Laurence de Heck', a rebel, which as forfeitures ought to pertain to the king, 

wherever the same may be found within the realm of England. By p.s. 

July 18. Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Richard de Rodeneye, 

York. late escheator beyond Trent, for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de 
Farendon of 6 marks of rent in Bruddeport, co. Dorset, held in chief, to a 
chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Michael, 
Brudeport, for the souls of the king's father, the said Robert and Joan his 
wife and all the faithful departed. By fine of 5 marks. 

July 20. Pardon, at the request of Master John de Stretford, king's clerk, arch- 

York, deacon of Lincoln, and for a fine of 40/. made by John de Bisshopesdon, 
to the latter of all trespasses against the king committed by him when he 
was an adherent of the rebels; with restitution of his lands and tene- 
ments. By p.s. 

Grant to Burgesius de Till [io] , king's yeoman, and Sibyl his wife, for their 
lives, of all the lands and tenements late of Laurence de Heck', a rebel, 
which as forfeitures are in the king's hands. By p.s. 

July 21. Presentation of John de Rosse to the church of Scoreburgh, of the 

York. jurisdiction of Nicholas de Hugate, provost of the church of St. John, 

Beverley, in the diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of his custody 

of the lands and heir of Henry de Percy, tenant in chief. The letters 

of presentation are directed to the said provost. 

July 20. Grant to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, of all the corn, hay, grass, 

York. animals and other goods in the manors of Lacchele, Barwe and Graun- 

cestre, which the king granted to him. By E. 



MEMBRANE 80. 

July 12. Grant for life to Alice de Lascy, countess of Lincoln and Salisbury, of 

York. the castle, town, manor, and honor of Halton, co. Chester, with knights* 

fees and all other appurtenances, as freely and fully as Henry de Lascy, 

sometime earl of Lincoln, her father, ever held the same. By E. 

Mandate in pursuance to Gilbert de Syngilton, keeper thereof, to deliver 

the same to her. 



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■1099 Membrane 80 — cont, 

July 16. Pardon, at the request of W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, to John de 

York. Pederton of all manner of trespasses committed against the king when aiding 

the rebels ; with restitution of his lands and goods. By p.s. 

July 10. Grant to Alice, late the wife of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, of all the com, 

York. hay and grass in the manors of Coleham, Woxebrigg, Eggewere, co. 
Middlesex, Clyflbrd and Glasbury in Wales, Halton upon Trent, Wadynton, 
Lutton, Thorloye, Bolyngbrok, "Waynflet, WrangoU, Stepyng, Ingeldemeles, 
Thoresby, Wath, Sutton in Holand, Swaveton and Alkebarwe, and in the 
moors of Wyldemore and le Frith, co. Lincoln, Wadenho and Wardyngton, 
CO. Northampton, Byrencestre and Middelyngton, co. Oxford, and in lands 
in the street of Holebourne in the suburb of London ; and also in the manor, 
borough and town of Newcastle under Lyme, and in the manors and towns 
of Penkenhill, Sheprugge, Woolstanton, Clayton and Caldon, co. Stafford, 
Hungerford, co. Berks, Everle and Colyngboume, co. Wilts, Derford, co. 
Derby, Shelton, co. Leicester, and Halton, co. Chester ; all which manors, 
&c. were taken into the king's hands upon the death of the said Thomas 
and which the king has restored to the said Alice. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to the following keepers of the said manors and in 
their respective counties : — 

Robert de Hongerford, co. Middlesex. 
Alan de Cubbeldyk, co. Lincoln. 
Richard de Whatton, co. Northampton. 
Robert de Stoke, co. Oxford. 
Roger de Waltham, co. Stafford. 
Robert de Hungerford, co. Berks and co. Wilts. 
Roger de Waltham, co. Leicester. 
Robert Toke, co. Derby. 
Oliver de Ingham, co. Chester. 

The keeper of the manor and town of Clifford and the manor of 
Glasbury in Wales. 

July 20. Appointment, during pleasure, in the place of John de Foxle, of Roger 

York. Beler to be a baron of the Exchequer, with the usual fee. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer. 

ByK. 

July 12. Grant to John Talebot of the corn, grass and hay in the manor of Segbrok, 

York. CO. Lincoln, which manor the king had lately granted to him and his heirs. 

Mandate in pursuance to Alan de Cubbeldyk to deliver the same to him. 

July 20. Presentation of John de Doune, king's clerk, of the church of Ufford in 

York. the diocese of Lincoln. By p.s. 

July 18. Safe-conduct, until the Purification, for Master John de Stratford, arch- 

York, deacon of Lincoln, going beyond the seas on the king's business. By K. 
Protection also with clause rolumiLs for the said Master John. 

The like for the following persons going with him : — 

Master William de Mees, parson of the church of Northberkhampstede. 

Richard de Ragenhull, parson of the church of Bemoldby. 

Robert Pygod, parson of the church of Handesworth. 

Walter de Harpham, parson of the church of Yevelton. 

Nicholas de Stretford. 

Peter de Eston. 

John de By tern. 

John de Maddeleye. 



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1322. 

July 20. Grant to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, of the com, hay, grass, cattle 

York. and goods in the manors of Severnestok, Oxindon, Shopton, Bureford, 

Wealde, and Byhale, and also in the island of Lunday and in the lands of 

Gower and Usk, lately granted to him by the king. By K. 

July 18. Grant to Eleanor, wife of Hugh le Despenser, the younger, the king's 

York. niece, of all com, hay, cattle and goods in the manors of Melton Moubray 

and Sonyngdon, granted to her by the king. By E. 

July 20. Pardon to John de Weston, clerk, an adherent of Bartholomew de 

York. Badelesmere, a rebel. By p.s. 

July 20. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Thomas Buteturte, 

York. parson of the church of Tuytishale, and Richard de Hedersete, parson of 

the church of Beghton, of a messuage in Norwich, adjoining the dwelling 

place of the prior and Carmelite friars of Norwich, to the said friars, for 

the enlargement of their dwelling-place. By K. 

July 18. Grant for life to Alice, late the wife of Thomas, sometime earl of 

York. Lancaster, daughter and heir of Henry de Lacy, sometime earl of Lincoln, 
of 600 marks a year to be received out of the issues of the castle, town and 
manor of Cliderhou, and of the manors and towns of Penwrotham, Blakebum, 
and Ightenhill and the manors of Standen and Akeryngton, together with the 
vaccaries (cum vicariis) and with the parks, chace and forest of Bochesdale 
and Blakebourn, co. Lancaster, in case she should be evicted at the suit of 
any person by judgment of the court from the castle of Newcastle under 
Lyme with the borough of the towns of Penkhull, Sheprugg, Wolstanton 
and Clayton with its hamlets and other appurtenances, co. Stafford, the 
town of Hungerford, co. Berks, the manors of Everle and Colyngboum, co. 
Wilts, the manor of Derford with the park, co. Derby, and the manor of 
Shelton with the park, co. Leicester, which the king had caused to be 
delivered to her as the dower assigned to her at the church door when she 
was married. By K. 

Afterwards it was duplicated at the suit of William de Clif, to be sent, 
as he asserted, to the king. 

July 21. Pardon to Adam de Swilyngton, knight, of 500 marks, part of the 1,000 

York. marks wherein he made fine to save his life and to have his lands by 

reason of his late adherence to the rebels; grant that he may pay the 

remaining 500 marks at the Exchequer at the rate of lOOZ. a year. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer. 

Mandate to Thomas Dayvill, keeper of lands and tenements, late of 
rebels, beyond the river Use, co. York, to deliver to the said Adam all his 
lands and tenements. 

[Incomplete.] Vacated because otherwise in the Close Roll. 

July 21. The like, at the instance of W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, to Otto 

York. de Bodrygan, knight, of 200 marks out of the 1,000 marks by which he 

made fine on the like account ; grant that he may pay the residue at the 

rate of 100 marks a year at the Exchequer. By K. 

Mandate to the sheriff of Cornwall to restore his lands and tenements in 

his bailiwick to the said Otto. 

The like to John Everard, keeper of certain of the lands and tenements 
of the said Otto in the county of Cornwall to make delivery to him. 

June 14. Grant in fee to Master Robert de Baldok, king's clerk, archdeacon of 

Haddlesey. Middlesex, of the entire right which has fallen to the king by the forfeiture 

of Roger de Clyfford, late a rebel, out of all the knights* fees which John 



184 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



2322 Membrane 80 — cont. 

de Crumbewoll and Idonia his wifo and the said Roger held in common in 
Kymberworth, Scauceby, Brodesworth, Pykebourne, Skeldebrok and Stob- 
well, CO. York, Peverelthorp, Staneford, Torlacton, Shelton and Plaubergh, 
CO. Nottingham, Lambourn, co. Essex, Lasham, co. Soathampton, and 
Burton by Bannebur}', Prestecote, and Shutford, co. Oxford, of the 
inheritance of the said Idonia and Roger. Grant also to him of the king's 
reversion of the manor of Shaldeford, co. Surrey, of the same inheritance, 
which Robert de Monte Alto and Emma his wife hold in dower of the said 
Emma. By writ of secret seal. 

July 21. Grant to the abbot of Langedon of the body of John Malmeins, knight, 

York. a rebel, prisoner in the castle of Rochester, either to release him, or to do 

his will with him ; grant also to the abbot of the lands and tenements 

forfeited by the said John. By p.a. 

July 21. Writ of aid until All Saints, directed to sheriffs, keepers of forests, &c. 

York. for Hugh son of Hugh le Despenser, the younger (junioris), whom the king 

is sending through divers parts of the realm with hunters and dogs to take 

the venison of the present season in the king's forests, chaces and parks, as 

he is enjoined. By E. on the information of Master R. Baldok. 

July 21. Protection for the priory of St. Denys by Southampton, which is in debt, 

York. and appointment during pleasure of Ingelram Berenger as keeper thereof 

to apply the revenues to the discharge of its debts. By C. 

July 26. Signification to W. archbishop of York of the royal assent to the election 

Think. of Thomas de Haukesgarth, a monk of Whiteby, to be abbot of that place. 

By p.s. 

July 20. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Master Edmund do 

York. London, prebendary of Brightlyng in the king's free chapel of the castle 
of Hastings. 

MEMBRANE 29. 

July 18. Protection with clause nolumns, until All Saints, for Robert Moigne 

York. going with the king to Scotland. 

By testimony of Roger do Waltham, treasurer of the Wardrobe. 

The like for the under-mentioned persons, going as above, viz. : — 

John Levenoth. John do Lymboteshey. 

John Hakelut. Thomas son of Laurence de 

Rol)crt de Haustede. Herdwyk. 

John de Whelnetham. Robert Crowe. 

Richard Lovel. Robert Michel. 
John de Norwyco. 

July 21. William le Chaundeler. 

York. By testimony of the steward of the Queen's household. 

By K. 
Thomas de Lovaigne. Ralph Bygot. 

William de Bureford. Richard de Grey. 

Edmund de Durem. Ponsard de Monte Martini. 

Geoffrey * of the Spense.' John Burnavill. 

Robert de Morle. 

July 20. John de Belle Gampo of Somer- Henry de Sancta Ositha. 

York. sete. John de Wodeford. 



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1322. 



Membrane 29 — cont. 



July 21. 
York. 



July 21. 
York. 

Aug. 8. 

Newcastle 
uponTjne. 



Aug. 9. 
Ainwiok. 

July 20. 
York. 



July 21. 
York. 



John de Weston, the younger. 

Walter Haket. 

Henry de Penbrugge. 

John de Grey. 

Robert Romayn. 

Thomas de la Hay. 

Simon Croizer. 

Bertrand Ferandi, parson of the 

church of Rothele. 
John de Grey of Rotherfeld. 
Humphrey de Bassyngbum. 
John de Mortoyn and Ralph son 

of Ralph. 

Edmund Gacelyn. 
Thomas de Weston. 

William de Kyme. 

John de Oddyngeseles. 

John de Sancto Johanne. By p.s. 

Master Richard de Baldok, parson 

of the church of Sabriche- 

worth. 
Maurice de Brune. 



Ralph le Botyller. 

John de Coupeland. 

Robert de Ilemelhampsiede. 

Robert de WeekeshuU. 

John son of Alexander de Wode- 

risyng. 
Hcrvey de Staunton. 
John de Frene. 
Edward Gerberde. 
Edmund de Dleye. 
William de Pastesle. 
Edmund de Burgiloun. 

Peter le Mareschal. 



Robert de Sapy. 
William de la Beche. 

John de Gates ton. 
George de Comerthe. 
John de Estmar. 



Hugh de Garton. 

Master Thomas de Garton. 

By testimony of Roger de Waltham, treasurer of the wardrobe. 

By p.s. 
John de Haustede. Geoffrey Reuly of Essex. 

William Hereward. Robert Belet. 

John de Kaignes. Stephen de Estle. 

Stephen de Abyndon. 

Stephen de Cobham. By K. 

Protection for the same time for William de Ros of Hamelake going with 
the king as above. 

The like for the under-mentioned persons going with the said William, 
viz. : — 

Roger de Pedewardyn. Robert de Aymunderby. 

William Malbys. 

Protection as above for Henry de Bello Monte going on the king's service 
and by his command to Scotland. By K. 

The like for the imder-mentioned persons going with the said Henry, 
viz. : — 

John de Hacunthorpe. John de Baiocis. 

John Gubbaud. William de Honyngton. 

The like for Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, going with the king 
as above. 

The like for the following going with the earl, viz. : — 
William Lovel. Alan de Laomes. 

John de Crumwell. Henry Dosevill. 



186 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



Tj QOQ Membrane 29 — cont, 

John de Hastynges. Henry de Garshale. 

Robert Beudyn. Robert Gobion. 

John de Pabenham. Robert de Oreford. 

John Darcy. Philip Poltot. 

Hugh de Shippemedewe. John Peyvre. 

Thomas West. John de Stapelton. 
Thomas son of Roger leDespensei John Morice. 

of Langetoft. John Gacelyn. 

Percival Simeon. Roger de Watevill. 

William Swan. Richard de Plays. 

Constantine de Mortuo Mari. William de Tweng. 

John de Wolaston. William de Cleydon. 

John de Stodleye. John de Walkyngham. 

Richard de Mountcheynsy. Nicholas de Canti Lupo. 
John la Zousche. 

The like for the following persons going on the king's service as 
under-mentioned : — 

William de la Cressenore, going with John de Whelnetham. 
John Alisaundre de Rendham, going with the said John. 

By testimony of the said John. 
Hamo de Blakesford, going with Richard Lovel. 

By testimony of the said Richard. 

July 21. Robert de Dyggeby, going with Hugh le Despenser, the younger. 

York. By testimony of the said Hugh. 

Nicholas de Redyng, going with Thomas Wake of Lydel. 

By testimony of the said Thomas. 
Edmund de Hastynges, going with the said Thomas. 
William de Brom, going with John de Hastynges. 

By testimony of the said John. 
Roger de Grey, going with the said John. 

The like for John de Somery, going with the king as above. By K. 

The like for the under-mentioned persons going with the said John : — 
William de Birmyngham. William de Gasteneys. 

Thomas de Pipe. Henry lUary. 

Robert de Grendon. Richard de Wenlok. 

Henry de Bisshebury. John de Hodynet. 

By testimony of the said John. 

The like for the under-mentioned persons going with John de Bello 
Campo of Somerset : — 

John de Gouyz. Hugh de Reigny. 

William de Engelby. William le Jeu. 

John son of Reginald. By testimony of the said John. 

The like for the under-mentioned persons (sic) going with David de 
Strabolgy, earl of Athol : — 

Alexander de Monte Forti. By testimony of the earl. 

The like for William de Banham, going with John de Norwyco on the 
king's service. By testimony of the said John, 

The like for John de la Haye, going with the said John. 

The like for Robert le Fiz Elys, going on the king's service with Hugh 
le Despenser, earl of Winchester. 



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1322. 



July 20. 
York. 



Membrane 29 — cont. 

The like for Thomas atte Gate, going on the king's service with 
William de la Beche. 

The like for Thomas de Brotherton, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of 
England, the king's brother, going with the king as above. 



The like for the following 
service : — 

John de Bavent. 
John de Caumpai ne. 
Robert de Herpyngham. 
Robert Dufford. 
Richer de la Ryvere. 
Ranulph de Blaunkmuster. 
John de Verdoun. 
Robert de Noers. 
John de Sancto Philiberto. 
William Jernye. 
William Cryketot. 
Robert de Langham. 
Thomas de Shelton. 
John de Cramavill. 
John atte Hull. 
William Giffard. 
John de Fourneux. 
George de Thorpe. 
William de Langham. 



going with the said earl on the king's 

Richard Fresel. 
Nicholas le Latimer. 
Thomas le Latimer. 
John de Wysham. 
Roger Pychard. 
William de Clopton. 
John de Weyland. 
William de Baa. 
Thomas de Hekelyng. 
William de Calthorp. 
Richard Chaumberlayn. 
Robert de Wauton. 
John de Sutton. 
Richard de Frevill. 
Richard de Reppes. 
Bartholomew Dauvelers. 
John Courson. 
Roger Courson. 

By testimony of the said earl. 



July 21. 
York. 



Aug. 5. 
Gtwforth. 



The like for Robert Constable of Fleynburgh going with the king as 
above. 

The like for the following persons going with the said Robert : — 
John de Hastthorp. William de Naffreton. 

William de Rodeston. John de Mounceux. 

By testimony of Henry de Bello Campo. 

Protection with clause volumus for Simon de Kynardesleye, going with 
Edmund, earl of Arundel. By testimony of the earl. 

The like for Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, going with the 
king. By K. 



The like for the following going with 
Richard Daverenges. 
John de Haudlo. 
John de Drayton. 
Robert de Grey. 
Robert de Stangrave. 
Ralph Basset of Drayton. 
John Vernoun. 
Adam Sherewode. 
Henry de Saham. 
John de Bello Monte. 
William de Bello Monte. 
George Salvayn. 
William de Evere. 
Richard de Castillon. 
Thomas de Staunton, clerk. 



the earl : — 

Simon de Lyndesey. 
Nicholas de Stradesete. 
William atte More. 
Thomas de Wauton. 
William de Bodeketon. 
Thomas Gay. 
Richard de Wydeslade. 
Thomas Chaunterel. 
John de Ratynden. 
John Joce. 
Thomas Gobion. 
William de Fenne. 
Roger de Bello Campo. 
Richard Macy. 
Stephen Houwel. 



188 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



2322 Membrane 29 — cont, 

Philip de Verly. Thomas de Metham. 

William Jurdon. Robert de Torkeseye, * barber.* 

Edmund de Wancy. Alan de Tesedale. 

Oliver de Dynham. Roger de Woddehalle. 

Martin de Fisshacre. Robert Houel. 

Ralph de Cammoys. Adam de Wy. 

Thomas de Stanton. John de Assheby. 

By testimony of the said earl. 

The like for Eudo la Zousche going on the king's service to Scotland. 

By K. 
The like for the following going with the said Eudo : — 

Roger la Zousche. 

Ralph la Zousche. By testimony of the said Eudo. 

The like for Robert son of Robert son of Walter going on the king's 
service. By K. 

The like for the following going with the said Robert : — 
John de Vauton. 
Henry de Longo Campo. 
Richard de Welby. By testimony of the said Robert. 

The like for Peter de Malo Lacu, going on the king's service and by his 
command to Scotland. 

The like for the following going with the said Peter : — 
Bertin Bacun. 

Peter de Malo Lacu, the younger. 
Robert Capun. 
Henry de Percy. 

The like for Gilbert de Aton, going with the said Henry. 

The like for John de Haustede going with the king. 

The like for the following going with the said John : — 
William son of William Bretoun of Tekne. 
Philip de Hardeshull. 

The like for John de Segrave, the elder, going with the king. 

The like for the under-mentioned persons going with the said John : — 
Reginald Malure. Thomas de Tolthorp. 

Nicholas de Tolthorp. Alveric de Suleny. 

Thomas de Segrave. Stephen de Segrave. 

John Ouwayn. John de Segrave, the younger. 

The like for Hugh le Despenser, the younger, going with the king. 

The like for the following going with the said Hugh : — 
Ralph de Gorges. John de Aukeland. 

Thomas de Gorges. Walter de Bello Campo. 

John Peverel. John de Olneye. 

The like for John de Britannia, earl of Richemund, going with the king 
to Scotland. 

The like for the following going with the said earl : — 
John Marmyon. John de Mereworth. 

John de Wikxand. Ralph de Normanvill. 



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16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



189 



3322. 



July 20. 
York. 



Membrane 29 — conU 



Richard de Perers. 
Roger Heron. 
Thomas de Botencumbe. 
William Pollard. 
Robert de Umframvill. 



William de Cusancia. 

John Burdoun. 

William son of Peter de Cusance. 

Bertram de Mounbocher. 



The like for Richard de Boys, going with John de Crumbewell on the 
king's service. 



July 20. 

York. 



Aug. 2. 

NewooBtle 
upon Tjne. 

Aug. 6. 

Newcastle 

upon Tjne. 

Aug. 6. 
Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 

Aug. 8. 
Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 

Aug. 12. 
Alnwick. 

Aug. 26. 
Molrose. 

July 21. 
York. 



July 20. 
York. 



MEMBRANE 28. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the prior of Styvinton, 

The like for the following persons : — 
Adam de Brom, clerk. 
The abbot of Wellou by Grim- 

mesby. 
The prioress of Sinithwayt. 
William de Leycestre, parson of 

the church of Chynnore. 
William de Leycestre, parson of 

the chapel of St. John, Colneye. 
Augustin de Woxebrigge. 
Nicholas de Langeton of York. 
Alexander de Sandale. 



The brethren and infirm of St. 

Katherine's, Ledebury. 
The prior of Durham. 
Philip de Beauvois. 
Master Robert de Toft. 
Thomas de Gargrave. 
Henry de Shirokes. 
Simon de Northwode. 
Richard de Markham. 
John de GoushuU, parson of the 

church of Aylington. 



The abbot of Abyndon. 



Master Adam de Ayremynne, parson of the church of Gayregrave. 



Margery Foliot. 



John de Smetheton. 



Sir Luke, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in Via Lata, prebendary of 
Longedon in the church of Lichefeld. For three years. 

Edward de Sancto Johanne, whom the king lifted from the holy font 
causing his name to be given to him. 

Hugh le Despenser, the younger, going with the king to Scotland, has 
letters nominating Roger Beler and William de Clif ' his attorneys until All 
Saints. 

Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, going with the king, has like 
letters nominating John de Sancto Amando and Ingelram Berenger. 

The said earl has like letters nominating Robert de Haudlo and Richard 
de Berners. 

Grant to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, of the com, hay, grass, 
animals and all goods in the castles, towns and manors of Brymmesfeld and 
Dyncbegh, and the cantreds of Ros, Royewynok and the commote of 
Dynmacl, as also in the manors of Beggeworth, Syde, Assheton, Sherinton, 



190 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. Membrane 28 — cont. 

Westcodeford, Stapelford, Heghtredebury, Knouk, Castelooumbe, Stert, 
Colerne, Westbiry, Chilton Tyeys, Kyngoston Lisle, Kenyngton and 
Wermynystre, and also in all lands and tenements in the said manor 
of Wermynystre, late of John de Kyngeston, and in all lands and tenements 
of Orcheston. By K. 

July 20. Licence for the alienation in mortmain, after inquisition ad quod damnum 

York. made by Richard de Rodeneye, late escheator beyond Trent, by John, vicar 
of the church of Tevelby of 3 tofts, 6 bovates of land and 8s. of rent in 
Herpeswell, and Helmeswell to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily 
in the chapel of St. Edmund the Martyr of * Spitel in the Strete ' for the 
souls of Edward the king's father, of the king after his death, and for 
the souls of the father of the said John and his mother and his ances- 
tors and all the faithful departs ; notwithstanding that it appears by such 
inquisition that the premises are held in chief of the manor of Eyrketon, 
in the king's hands, by the service of 19s. dhd, yearly, and by doing suit 
every throe weeks at the court of Kirketon and by finding one * Takman ' 
from time to time to collect the king's rents in the said towns and to make 
summonses and distraints of the said court ; further, the said premises are 
worth in all their issues 40s. a year. By fine of 4 marks. 

Nicholas de la Beche, going to Scotland with the king, has letters nomi- 
nating Edmund de la Beche his attorney until All Saints. 

The following have like letters, viz. : — 
July 21. Aymor de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, nominating John de Reddeswell 

York. and John de Crosseby. 

July 21. John de Grey of Rotherfeld, nominating William de Wermodeston for 

York. one year. 

John de Hastynges, nominating William de Herlaston, clerk, and 
Thomas Boydyn. 

Aug. 2. John de Urtiaco, nominating Ralph de Middelneye. 

Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 

July 80. John de Sanoto Philiberto, going on the king's service in the company 

York. of Thomas, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, the king's 

brother, nominating John de Norton and John de Illeye. 

By testimony of the earl. 

July 21. Master John de Stratford, archdeacon of Lincoln, going on the king's 

York. service and by his command beyond the seas, has letters nominating 
Master Robert de Stratford and Thomas de Evesham his attorneys until 
the Purification. 

Jan. 29. Pardon to Peter son of Thomas Corbet for acquiring, without licence, 

Durham. from Peter Corbet, late lord of Cans, tenant in chief, two gavels {gavella) of 
land in Thombury in le Overgorthor, viz. Gavelkoydour, and Gavolrese and 
the manor of Hope to hold to him and the heirs of his body ; and the 
bailiwick of the forestership of the forests, chaces, parks and woods within 
the lordship of Cans for life. By p.s. 

July 20. Safe-conduct until Christmas for Peter le Spicer, yeoman of J. bishop of 

York. Ely, whom the said bishop is sending beyond the seas to make purveyances 

for him. By K. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 




16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



191 



1322. 

July 24. 
Aldwark. 



July 22. 
York. 



July 25. 
York. 

July 22. 
York. 



Aug. 20. 
York. 



July 21. 
York. 



July 25. 
Thirsk. 



July 20. 
York. 



July 18. 
York. 

July 18. 
York. 



Membrane 28 — cont. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Hoton and Thomas de Sib- 
thorp, king's clerks, to examine, and put in order the charters, writings, 
and other muniments in the castles of Pontefract, Tuttebury and Tone- 
brigg, as also those which newly came into and are in the custody of 
the keeper of the Tower of London, and all those which are in the house 
of the Friars Preachers within the city of London. By p.s. 

Writ of aid for them commanding the keepers and constables of the 
said castles and the prior of the order of Friars Preachers, London, to 
permit them to enter the said castles, tower and house and to deliver to 
them such charters, writings and muniments- 
Grant to L. bishop of Durham that his sending men in obedience to the 
king's mandate against the Scots within his bishopric and liberty shall not 
bo to the prejudice of himself and his successors. [Fwdera,] By K. 

Pardon to Otto de Bodruigan, knight, a rebel ; with restitution of his 
lands which had on that account been forfeited. By K. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Richard de Gretford of Kyngeston upon 
Hull to be comptroller of the custom of wools, hides and wool-fells in the 
port of that town with the usual wages. By bill of the Treasurer. 

Mandate to William do Birton to deliver to him all rolls and other things 
touching that office in his custody. 

Licence for Nicholas de Huntrecumbe to grant in fee tail to Richard de 
Neubaud his reversion in a moiety of the manor of Lowyk, held in chief, 
which Ellen, late the wife of Waiter de Huntrecombe, holds in dower of 
the inheritance of the said Nicholas, with remainder to the right heirs of 
Nicholas. By fine of 2 marks. 

Grant to John de Nevill that he may pay the fine of 5001, which he made 
with the king to save his life and to hold his lands for having adhered 
to the king's enemies and rebels, at the rate of 100^. a year at the 
Exchequer. By p.s. 

Grant for life to John de Penreth of the manor of Bolton in AUerdale, 
CO. Cumberland, late of Alexander Styward, an enemy and rebel from 
Scotland, in the king's hands by forfeiture. By p.s. 

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled. 

Grant to Gilbert de Assh, lately a contrariant and rebel, who found main- 
prize to go and serve the king in the Scotch war, but to whom the king has 
now committed the custody of the lands and tenements of Gilbert Talebot, 
which were for divers causes in his hands, and whom the king has com- 
manded to remain in the custody thereof, that he shall not hereafter be 
molested for his stay by reason of the said mainprize. By p.s. 

Grant to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, of all the com, hay, grass, 
animals and goods in the lands of Usk, Breghenok, Haye, Huntynton, 
Cantrecelif, Talagargh, Blenleveny and Penkethely, which the king had 
granted to him. By E. 

The like to him of the like in the castle, town and manor of Donyngton. 

Grant to Bertram de Mountboucher of the custody during the minority 
of the heir of the lands of Gerard de Chauncy, tenant in chief, with the 
marriage of the heir. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 



192 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

July 26. 
Thirsk. 



Aug. 5. 
Qosforth. 



Membrane 28 — cont. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Simon Belde to the office of comp- 
troller of the king's mines in the county of Devon. 

By bill of the Treasurer. 

Simon do Abyndon, going to Scotland on the king's service, has letters, 
nominating John de Norton his attorney until All Saints. By p.s. 



July 20. 
York. 



July 15. 
York. 



July 16. 
York. 



July 21. 
York. 



July 22. 
York. 



MEMBRANE 27. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Wysham and John de Rithre 
to be supervisors of the array in the Westrithinge, co. York, and to lead the 
levies forthwith to the king, the Scots having now invaded the realm. 
[Pari Writs.] By K. 



The like of the following : — 

Thomas Ughtred in the Estrithinge 
Nicholas de Grey in the Northtrithinge 



CO. York. 



[Pari WriU.] 



Mandate to William de Beeston, John Tylly, Warin de Shargill, John de 
Smytheton, Richard Fauvel and John de Belton (.«V), appointed [p. 125] to 
levy one footman in every town in divers wapentakes in the county of York, 
to execute their commission at once under the instructions of the above 
John de Wysham and John do Rither. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master John 
Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, for the alienation in 
mortmain by Henry Spigurnel of a messuage, 40 acres of land, 1 acre of 
meadow, 1 acre of pasture, 20«. of rent, and a rent of 6 cartloads of brush- 
wood, and a moiety of an acre of wood in Daggehale, held in chief, to a 
chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of All Saints, 
Daggehale. 

Mandate for one year to all bailiffs and ministers to provide carriage by 
land or water and safe-conduct for Gilbert do Wygeton, king's clerk, 
appointed to make purveyances for the Great Wardrobe and to send such 
purveyances towards Scotland and elsewhere as the king shall order, or for 
Richard de Mountpeillers, his clerk, the bearer of these presents, whenever 
called upon to do so by them or either of them. 

The like in favour of the said Gilbert in conjunction with the following 
persons : — 

Gilbert de la Chapele, clerk. 
Robert de Bukyngham, yeoman. 
Roger Tarente. 

Whereas on 8 September, 5 Edward II, the king commanded the then 
seneschal of the duchy [of Aquitaine] and the constable of Bordeaux to 
purvey for his use in the said duchy and out of its issues 1,000 tuns of 
wine and to send it with all speed to London, and afterwards ordered 
Master Jordan Morant, then constable of Bordeaux, to expedite the purvey- 
ance and despatch thereof so that it should be delivered to the king's 
butler at London before Christmas in the year 6 Edward II, in such 
manner as he should be told by Stephen de Berecoto, the deputy of the 
butler, and that he should receive from the said Stephen letters patent 
certifying the cost incurred by him in the purchase and carriage 
thereof, for which due allowance would be made in his account; 



16 EDWARD n.— Pakt 1. 



198 



1322. 



July 31. 
Chester. 



July 20. 
York. 



Aug. 4. 
Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 



Aug. 4. 

Newcastle 

npon Tyne. 



Aug. 5. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Aug. 8. 
Newcastle 
apon Tyne. 



Aug. 6. 
Gosforth. 



Membrane 27 — cont, 

and the said Stephen having shown that, although he had been deputed 
only to view the premises and the king was to discharge any expenses 
touching the purveyance; the mariners who brought the said wine to 
London, so freighted by the said constable, have continually harassed him 
for the freight of their ships by the arrest of his goods in divers places, and 
still continue to do so, the king, not wishing him to be injured on that 
account, commands all sheriffs and bailiffs to release from arrest such 
goods of the said Stephen which have been arrested for the freight, but 
no other, and to deliver the same. 

Pardon, at the request of Robert de Welle, to William Lengleis for 
adhering to Roger de Clifford, late a rebel ; with restitution of his lands 
and goods, which were taken into the king's hands on that account. 

By p.s. 



The like to Eudo Russell. 



By p.s. 



Pardon to the merchants of the society of the Peruchi, for a fine of 
2,000 marks, whereof they have paid 1,000Z., and the king has released to 
them the remaining 500 marks, of all trespasses committed by them or any 
one of them against the charter of the staple of wool ; pardon also to the 
said merchants of the 20 marks 10s, Sd, exacted from them by summons of 
the Exchequer for not appearing before the persons appointed to enquire at 
London touching such trespasses. 

By K. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Michelham by John atte See of 24 acres of land in Erlyngton, by Simon 
Lewyne of 8 acres of land in Heylesham, by Nicholas le Longe, of 12 acres 
of land there, and by John de Dallyngeregge of 20 acres of land in 
Westhamme, which are held in chief and are worth in all their issues 
ISs, lOil. a year, as appears by inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, 
king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent to hold in part satisfaction of a 
licence to acquire land, tenements and rents to the value of 20 marks a 
year. 

Pardon to Waiter le Bat of Estboum for acquiring in fee an acre of land 
in Estboum from William le Taverner, who acquired the same without 
licence from Gilbert le Fraunk, who held it in chief; pardon also to 
him for acquiring from the said Gilbert 4 acres of land in the same town, 
also held in chief; with restitution of the same. By fine of ^ mark. 

The like to John Child for entering upon a messuage and 16 acres of 
land in Munesle, co. Norfolk, after the death of his father William Child, who 
had acquired the same from John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, who held 
them in chief ; with restitution of the same. By fine of j mark. 

Pardon to Robert Power, parson of the church of Eillaban in Ireland, of 
his outlawry, if any, in the county of Catherlagh, for not appearing before 
the justices of the Bench in Dublin, when impleaded by writ under the seal 
used in Ireland by John de Hastyngcs, to render account for the time that 
he was the latter's bailiff in Killaban, as the said John has certified the 
king that the said Robert has satisfied him therein and that he has released 
all cause of action against him on that account. 

Grant, during pleasure, to Stephen de Abyndon, king*s serjeant and 
butler, of the bailiwick of the chief forestership of the forest of Essex, to 
hold in the same manner as others have held it. By p.s. 

24962 ir 



194 



OALENDAE OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

Aug. 8. 

Felton. 



Membrane 27 — cont, 

Thomas Larcher, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in 
England, to whom the houses and brethren of that Hospital in Scotland 
and Wales are also subject, has letters nominating brothers John de Bynbrok 
and Thomas de Crumwell his attorneys until two years after 18 April. 

Changed because it was sealed at another time by tite king's order. 



July 28. 
Durham. 



July 21. 
York. 



Aug. 6. 
Gosforth. 

July 22. 
York. 



MEMBRANE 26. 

Inspeximus and confirmation of the under-mentioned grants, viz. — 

I. Grant by Joan de Lacy, late the wife of Henry de Lacy, 
sometime earl of Lincoln, dated at York, Thursday before St. 
Margaret the Virgin, 16 Edward II, for the term of her life, to Sir 
Hugh le Despenser, the younger, of the constableship of the castle of 
Chester, the hundred of Haulton, with the avowries (culvocanis) 
appertaining to the said constableship, together with the manors of 
Congleton, Ronkore, Whiteleye and More, co. Chester, with all 
their lands and other appurtenances, which she held in dower by the 
death of her said husband ; and grant also to the said Hugh of the 
manor of Grauncestre, co. Cambridge, with all its appurtenances also 
held in dower. Witnesses, Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, 
John de Britannia, earl of Richemund, Sirs William de Ros, William 
le Latemer and Henry de Beaumund, barons. 

II. Grant by Alice, late the wife of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, 
and daughter and heir of Henry de Lascy, sometime earl 
of Lincoln, dated at Barlingges, 27 July, 16 Edward H, to the said 
Hugh in fee simple of her reversion in the manors of Congleton, 
Wyteleye and Ronkore and the constableship of Chester, together 
with avowries and all other appurtenances in the county of 
Chester, held in dower by Joan, late the wife of the said Henry. 
Witnesses, John de Britannia, earl of Richemund, Aymer de 
Valencia, earl of Pembroke, Edmund, earl of Arundel, Ralph 
Basset of Drayton, William de Bello Campo, John de Barton of 
Fry ton, Roger Beler, and others. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Adam Cussyng of 
Blaktoft, going with his ship to the south of the realm to buy victuals and 
other goods to be brought for sale to York, Newcastle upon Tyne and the 
northern parts of the realm, provided he finds security in the Chancery that 
he will not take the same to other places and will not communicate with 
the Scots or the Flemings. 

The like for the following and their ships, viz. — 
William de Homese of Beverley, Richard Bygge. 

merchant. Adam Muxle of Wysebech. 

Richard le Fougheler. 

John de Calwode, merchant. 

Pardon to Benedict de Egglesfeld for acquiring to him and his heirs 18 
acres of land in Little Broghton from John de Eglesfeld, who held them in 
chief as of the honor of Cokermuth. Pardon also for acquiring to him 
and the heirs of his body the manor of Clifton from Adam de Egglesfeld, 
who held it in chief as of the said honor, with remainders in the said manor 
to Joan de Rybton, sister of the said Benedict, and the heirs of her body, 
and to William de Egglesfeld and the heirs of his body, with reversion to 
the said Adam and bis right heirs, By fine of 1 mark, 



16 EDWABD II.— Part 1. 



195 



1322. 



July 22. 
York. 



Aug. 10. 
Newcastle 
apon Tyne. 

July 28. 
York. 



Aug. 1. 
Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 



July 29. 
Darham. 



Aug. 2. 

Newcastle 

on Tyne. 



Aug. 8. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Aug. 4. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Mefnbrane 26 — cant. 

The like to William atte Westyate for acquiring to himself and Alice his 
wife and his heirs 2 messuages, a virgate of land, pasture for 10 oxen, 6 
cows, 6 bullocks, 3 plough cattle, 12 swine and 141 sheep in Langeton 
Purbyk from John son of Ingelram le Waleys, who held them in chief ; 
with restitution of the same. By fine of 10s. 

Protection and safe-conduct until Easter for Henry le Eyngesfissher, one 
of the buyers in gross (unus grossariorum) of victuals for the king elected 
by the commonalty of the city of Lincoln to buy aud purvey divers victuals 
and to take them towards Scotland, in going thither with the same for the 
use of the king and his army. 

The like for John de Moumby, one of the buyers in gross elected by the 
commonalty of the city of Lincoln. 

The like for Thomas de Secheford and Geoffrey de Eetleston, the buyers 
in gross of victuals elected by the commonalty of the town of Lenne. 

ByK. 

The like for the following, viz. Robert Rotenheryng and Walter de 
Gakhowe separately word for word together with this clause, viz., the king 
wills that the said Robert buy and purvey corn, fish and other victuals for 
the king*s use in every market town so freely that no other person may in 
the meantime claim for the victuals so to be bought and purveyed or receive 
from the said Robert any extra profit {mperluenimy partem vel avantagium) 
customary amongst merchants, whereby the purveyance of the said victuals 
may be hindered or delayed. 

Duplicated for each of tliem. 

Mandate to Thomas de Burgh, king*s clerk, escheator on this side Trent, 
to restore the temporalities of the abbey of Whiteby to Thomas de Haukes- 
garth, a monk of that house, elected to be abbot thereof, W. archbishop of 
York having confirmed his election. By p.s. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the abbey. By p.s. 

Licence for the prior and convent of Dunstaple to acquire in mortmain 
lands and rents to the value of \0L a year. By p.s. 

Vctcated and surrendered because King Richard II on 7 February in his 10th 
year granted to them, divers lands and tenements in Dunstaple in full satisfaction 
of tJie above amount ; and therefore these letters were cancelled and destroyed. 

Grant to William Chaillou (Chailhou), king's clerk, of the free chapel 
within the castle of Shrewsbury, which is void and in the king*s gift. 

By p.s. 
Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Salop to induct him therein. 

Grant to Sir Gailardus de Mota, cardinal deacon of St. Lucy in Silice, 
of the prebend of Stoke by Newerk in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, in 
the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the bishopric of Lincoln 
being in his hands. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Lincoln, or his vicar general 
whilst he is abroad. By E. 

Grant to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, in extension of the 
grant made to him of the castle of Dynebegh, of all the goods therein and 
in the manors belonging thereto, together with the issues thereof received 
from the time of its caption into the king's hands, and with all the com 
growing in the lands belonging to the said castle and manors. By p.s. 



196 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Aug. 7. 

Felton. 



Aug. 8. 
Newminster. 



Aug. 8. 
Felton. 



Aug. 8. 
Felton. 

Aug. 7. 
Newminster. 



July 20. 
York. 



Aug. 8. 
Felton. 



Aug. 9. 
Alnvriok. 



Membrane 26 — cont. 

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Burnoestre, late receiver of the issues 
of the castle and honor of Dynebegh. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Thomas de Pype to the custody of the 
chace of Ponysned and the parks of Duddeleie, Weleigh and Honesworth, 
late of John de Somery, deceased, tenant in chief, which are in the king's 
hands. By p.s. 

Grant during pleasure to Margaret, late the wife of John de Penreth, in 
compassion of the estate of herself and her children, of the manor of 
Boulton in AUerdale, co. Cumberland, late of Roger de Moubray, an enemy, 
of Scotland, and which for his rebellion came into the king's hands as an 
escheat. By p.s. 

Safe-conduct for one year for Bettus Short, Puchus de Oculis, and Peter 
de la Barbe, merchants of Pisa, coming with a ship called a Dromound, 
freighted with merchandise into the realm to trade. 

Protection for one year for Robert de Watervill, going beyond the seas. 

Grant to Edmund, earl of Arundel, of Roger Cheyny, knight, a rebel, 
and also of all his lands and goods, which had been taKen into the king's 
hands. By p.s. 

MEMBRANE 25. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
St. Mary's, York, by Master William de Brampton, clerk, of 2 messuages 
and 60 acres of land in Mitton, by John Rabot of 2 messuages and 11 acres 
of land and Ss, 6d, of rent in Benyngburgh, Harton and Bouthum, by 
Cicely daughter of William de Shupton of 2 acres of land in Shupton, 
by Roger de Sutton, vicar of the church of Middelton, of a messuage, a 
bovate and 14} acres of land in Ethelingthorp, and by Richard de Stayn- 
boum, ' serjaunt ' of Hornse, of a messuage and 4 acres of land in Southorp 
by Hornse, all which are of the fee of the said abbot and convent and are 
worth in all their issues 86s. Sid. a year, as appears by inquisition made by 
Thomas de Burgo, king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, to hold in 
part satisfaction of the licence granted to them by Edward I in his 
Parliament at Lincoln upon their petition exhibited before him and the 
Coimcil, to acquire land and rent to the value of 2001. a year ; which 
licence the king confirmed to them 12 March, 2 Edward II, and further 
granted them licence, they having acquired lands and tenements to the 
value of lil. ds. 2d. of land up to that date, to acquire land to the full 
value of their original licence. 

Notification that Thomas, late earl of Lancaster, was beheaded by 
judgement of the court at the town of Pontefract, on Monday before the 
Annujiciation, 15 Edward U, because of divers seditions and felonies against 
the king, and that the advowson of the church of Bradeford in the diocese 
of York came into the king's hands by the forfeiture of the said Thomas 
as of the right of Alice, then his wife, daughter and heir of Henry de Lacy, 
sometime earl of Lincoln, and is now the king's right by release and quit 
claim made to him by the said Alice of the same amongst other lands. 
[Fadera.] 

Pardon to Roger de Sutton and John de Ware for acquiring to themselves 
and the heirs of the said John 22 acres of land in Heydon, co. Essex, from 
John Pykot who held them in chief ; with restitution of the same. 

By fine of J mark. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



197 



1322. 

Aug. 15. 
Alnwick. 



Aug. 22. 
Melrose. 



Aug. 18. 
Alnwick. 



Aug. 15. 
Alnwick. 



Aug. 9* 
Felton. 

Aug. 8. 
Felton. 



Aug. 26. 
Melrose. 



Membrane 25 — emit. 

Mandate to Roger Corbet of Tassele, keeper of the castle of Helegh and 
of the manors of Endon, Horton, Bectele and Tunstal, co. Stafford, Newe- 
hall, Smalwode, Wysmauban, Checkeleye and Wyrswall, co. Chester, and 
Egemundune and Neuport, co. Salop, to deliver without further delay the 
same, together with the corn and hay as set forth in the under-mentioned 
mandate, and also with their issues received since 21 July last past of the 
lands of Joan, late the wife of Henry de Lacy, late earl of Lincoln. The 
king having lately commanded the castles, lands and tenements in the said 
counties of the said Joan to be taken into his hand and having committed 
them during pleasure to the custody of the said Roger, afterwards on 
21 July last past commanded him to deliver to her her castles, lands 
and tenements of the inheritance of Nicholas Daudele in those counties, 
being in his custody, together with the corn growing in those lands and the 
hay of the present year, saving to the king the goods and chattels then 
in the said castle and lands, which mandate the said Roger did not 
execute, whereat the king is much astonished. 

Writ of aid, directed to the sherifif of Worcester, for William de Everdon 
and Nicholas de Aston, king's clerks, appointed to make a survey by inden- 
tures of the goods and jewels late of Bartholomew de Badelesmere, a rebel, 
some of which the king has been informed are in the treasury of the 
priory of St. Mary's Worcester, and some in the custody of the bishop of 
Worcester. 

Mandate to Thomas de Burgh, king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, 
to restore the temporalities of the priory of Pontefract, a cell of La Charity, 
to Stephen de Cherobles, whom Peter, prior of La Charity, preferred to be 
prior thereof and has presented to the king, who has accepted fealty from 
the said Stephen. 

Writ de interulendo directed to the tenants of the house. 

Mandate to Thomas Deyvill, keeper of the castle and honor of Pontefract 
not to intermeddle with the priory. Fa iste erant clause. 

Licence for Philip de Kyme to enfeoff William de Eyme of his manor 
of Burwell, co. Lincoln, which is held in chief, to hold o him and his heirs. 

By fine of lOOs. 

Appointment of Thomas Bardolf and John de Thorp to keep the sea- 
coast of the county of Norfolk against the Flemings and others, who may 
attempt to invade the realm while the king is in Scotland. [Pari, TFn'ta.] 

ByC. 

The like of Edmund de Hemgrave and Thomas de Bavent for Suffolk 
[Pari. Wnts,] 

Pardon to John Strug, a rebel, in consideration of a fine of 40 marks. 

By p.s. 

Grant to Robert de Holden, keeper of the lands late of John de Somery, 
deceased, of 2s. a day for his wages out of the issues thereof so long as he is 
keeper. By p.s. 

The like to Robert de Michedevre, keeper of the lands, &c. as above, of 
\M, a day for his wages. By p.s. 

Grant at the instance of Gilbert, abbot of Bee Hellouin commorant beyond 
the seas, that brother Richard de Beusevalle be admitted attorney and 
proctor-general of the said abbot and the convent thereof in England for 
three years. 



I9d 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Aug. 11. 
Bolton. 



Aug. 20. 
Melrose. 



Aug. 25. 
Melrose. 



Aug. 26. 

Musselburgh 

[Muttleburgh), 



Membrane 25 — cont. 

Licence for Geoffrey Burdeleys to grant to Simon son of Greoffrey 
Burdeleys for life his manor of Maddyngle, co. Cambridge, held in chief as 
of the fee of Pecche, which is in the king's hands. By fine of 40s. 

Simple protection without clause, for one year, for Richard de Seintliz* 
staying on the king's service in the castle of Notyngham for its munition. 

The like for the undermentioned persons staying on the king's service in 
the same castle, viz. — 
Oliver Waleys. 
Roger de Somervill. 
Roger de Sancto Andrea. ^ 

Grant to John Junctin and Bonseignor Jacobi, king's merchants, mer- 
chants of the society of the Peruchi of Florence, in satisfaction of 1,000 
marks paid by them as a loan into the treasury into the hands of the 
treasurer and chamberlains, of the like sum to be received out of the subsidy 
granted to the king for a fixed time by native and foreign merchants on 
wool, hides and wool-fells exported from the realm, to wit, by the hands of 
the collectors thereof in the port of the town of Eyngeston upon Hull, 
500 marks, and in the port of the town of Southampton, 500 marks. 

By bill of W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer. 

Confirmation of an alienation in mortmain by Robert de Cantokesheved 
to Walter de Stapelton, bishop of Exeter, and his successors, of a messuage, 2 
carucates of land, 40 acres of meadow, 40 acres of wood, and Is, M, of rent 
in Poukehegh ; also of a like alienation by John de la Watere of Oteriton, 
rector of the church of Pontyngton, of a messuage, 42 acres of land, 8 acres 
of moor, 5 acres of meadow, and 2 cottages in Boucheseye and Eheressute. 

Grant to William de Clif, king's clerk, of the prebend of Empyngham 
in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of the bishopric of Lincoln being in his hands. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Lincoln. 



Aug. 21. 
York. 



Aug. 8. 

Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 



MEMBRANE 24. 

Protection with clause volumus until All Saints for Robert de Monte 

Alto, going with the king to Scotland. By E. 

The like for the following going on the king's service with the said 
Robert : — 

Nicholas de Gunevill. Nicholas de Eton. 

Roger de Bilneye. John de Ingaldesthorp. 

Richard de la Rokele. Geoffrey Fouun. 

Thomas Pecche. Hugh de Cheswardyn. 

Roger de Holm. William de la Rokele. 

Thomas de Berdeswell. John de Bekeswell. 

William de Baggele. John Giney. 



The like for Richard de Grey, going with the king as above. 



ByK, 



The like for the following going on the king's service with the said 
Richard : — 

Edmund de Crescy. Hugh de Shirfeld. 

John de Shirfeld. John de Seint Manye. 

Protection as above for Robert de Swyneboum going with John de 
Sancto Johanne on the king's service. By p.s. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 199 



1 009 Membrane 24 — conU 

The like for the following going on the king's service with the said 
John: — 

Denis Aleyn. Geoffrey de Uppesale. 

The like for Richard Damory, steward of the Household, going with the 
king. By p.s. 

The like for the following going with the steward : — 
Robert de Ardem. Maurice de Bampton. 

Peter de la Mare. John de Palton. 

Thomas de Bella Fago. John de Theneford. 

William de Sancto Johanne. Simon de Wappenham. 

The like for Oliver de Ingham going with the king. 

The like for the following going with the said Oliver : — 
Laurence de Lodelowe. Roger Corbet. 

Thomas de Halughton. Thomas Tuchet. 

The like for Robert Lewer going with the king. 

The like for the following going with the said Robert, viz. — 
John Pyrie. John Venuz. 

Robert Cole. Robert de Harleye. 

John Wyard. Edmund de Banewell. 

The like for Nicholas de Kyngeston going with the king. 

The like for the following going with the said Nicholas, viz. — 
John de Hamham. W^illiam Oillyng. 

William Quyntyn. 

The like for Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, going 
with the king. 

The like for the following going with the said archdeacon, viz. — 
Richard Blundel. 

The like for Robert de Morby, going with the king. 

The like for the following going with the said Robert, viz. — 
Roland de Hastynges. Robert le Botyller. 

Henry de Pysy. William de Belle. 

John de Ruyton, clerk. 

Aug. 4. The like for Thomas Hastang going with Edmund, earl of Arundel, on 

Newcastle the king's service. By testimony of the earl. 



on Tyne. 



The like for Robert Ic fuitz Payn, going with the said earl. 

By testimony of the earl. 

The like for the following, going with the said earl, viz. — 

Ralph de Bulmere. Thomas Latymer, < bocher.' 

John Revel. Robert de Daventre. 

John Bygot. Robert de Hale. 

Ralph de Craystok. William de Hoo. 

Philip de Nevill. John de Bures. 

John de Faucumberge. Edmund Bacon. 

Robert de Hilton. Roger Loryng. 

William Gilmyn. Philip de Daventre. 
William Latymer. 



ioo 



CALENDAR OF LATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

Sept. 4. 
Melrose. 



Sept. 18. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Sept. 22. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 



Sept. 27. 
Durham. 

Oct. 2. 

Barnard 
Castle. 

Sept. 28. 
Durham. 



Oct. 6. 
Foroett. 



Sept. 20. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Membrane 24 — cont. 
The like for Thomas Lercedekne, going on the king's service. 



ByK. 



The like for Matthew de Trenewith, going with the said Thomas on the 
king's service. By testimony of the said Thomas. 

The like for the following going with the said Thomas, viz. — 
John Cheyndut. 
Wynan Tyrel. By testimony of the said Thomas. 

Protection with clause volumus until Easter for Andrew de Hartcla, earl 
of Carlisle, staying in the Marches of Scotland on the king's service. 

ByK. 

The like for the following staying with the said earl, viz. — 
Michael de Haveryngton. Robert de la Vale. 

Patrick de Curewenn. Richard de Hudeleston. 

Ranulph de Dacre. Anthony de Lucy. 

The like for Roger Mauduyt, staying by the king's command in the said 
Marches. By E. 

The like for the undermentioned, viz. — 
John de Lilleburn. 

The like for Nicholas de la Beche, staying with the king in the Marches 
of Scotland. 

The like for the undermentioned staying on the king's service as 
above, viz.— 

Geofl&rey de Comubia. 
Roger de Flete. 
John de Haustede. 



Robert de Ogle. 
John de Benteleye. 

Edmund de Crawecestre. 



ByK. 



The like for Richard Damory, steward of the Household, staying on the 
king's service in the Marches of Scotland. By K. 

The like for the following, staying with the steward, viz : — 
Robert de Ardern. 
Maurice de Furses of Bampton. 

The like for Thomas Lercedekne, staying with the king in Scotland. 

The like for the following staying in the company of the said Thomas, 
viz. : — 

John de Cheyndut. 
Wynan Tyrel. 
Michael Trenewyth. 

The like for John Sturmy staying on the king's service as above. » 

By testimony of the Steward. 

The like for Ralph de Nevill staying on the king's service in the Marches 
of Scotland. By E. 

The like for Roger de Grymmeston. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



201 



1322. 



Sept. 14. 
Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 

Sept. 18. 
Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 



Aug. 8. 
Felton. 



Sept. 20. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 

Aug. 9. 
Alnwiok. 



Aug. 8. 
Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 



Metnhrane 24 — cont. 

The like for Anketin Salveyn staying in the company of Henry de Percy 
on the munition of the castle of Alnewyk in the Marches of Scotland. 

ByK. 

The like for the following, staying in the said castle, viz. : — 
Robert son of John de Swynbum. 
Robert de Swynbum. 

The like for Roger de Horsle staving in the castle of Baumburgh. 

ByK. 

The like for the following staying with the said Roger in the same 
castle, viz. — 

Thomas son of Hugh de Garton. 
Thomas de Ardem of Garton. 

The like for Geoffrey de Edenham, staying on the munition of the castle 
of Dunstanburgh. By E. 

Pardon, at the instance of Andrew de Harcla, earl of Carlisle, to Hugh 
de Louthre, knight, an adherent of Roger de Clifford, a rebel ; with 
restitution of his lands and goods. By p.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger de Bylneye of land 
to the value of 10^. a year in Haverynglond, Felthorp, Altilbrig, and 
Brandeston, co. Norfolk, to two chaplains to celebrate divine service daily 
in the church of St. Peter, Haverynglond, for the souls of all the faithfiU 
departed. By p.s. 

Writ of aid for Roger de Acton, king's serjeant, whom the king is sending 
to Norfolk to make purveyances of fish for the Household against Lent. 

By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbot of Alba Laiida. 



Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Penteneye by John de Thorpe and Alice his wife of the manor of 
Ayleswisthorp and of a messuage, 100 acres of land and 4 acres of pasture 
in Ayleswisthorp, Geyton, Walton, Wykes and Bekeswell, and by William 
de Marham and John Stonyng of Penteneye, chaplains, of 28 acres of land 
in Tylneye, which are worth in all their issues 58<. 4(f. a year, as appears 
by inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator 
beyond Trent, to hold in part satisfaction of a licence to acquire lands 
and rents to the value of 100s. a year. Further licence, at the 
request of John, bishop of Norwich, the chancellor, for the said John de 
Thorp and Alice to assign to them the advowson of a moiety of the church 
of the town of Ayleswisthorp. By K. 

Pardon, at the request of Hugh le Despenser, the younger, and of Robert 
de Welle, to John de Stirkeland, knight, an adherent of Roger de Clifford, 
a rebel ; with restitution of his lands and goods, which are in the king's 
hands. By p.s. 



Aug. 12. Grant for life to Robert de Clif * of the custody of the hospital of the 

Alnwiok. Holy Linocents without Lincoln. 

Sept. 28. Protection with clause nolumm for one year for Master Henry de Clif at 

Newcastle Wlwissh and Beghenham. 
upon Tyne. 



202 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

Sept. 20. 

Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 



Aug. 12. 
Alnwick. 



Membrane 24- 
The like for Peter Descorce. 



wnt. 



Aug. 11. 
Dal ton. 



Sept. 1. 
Fenham. 



Sept. 1. 

Fenham. 



Aug. 2. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 

Sept. 2. 

Fenham. 



Sept. 11. 
Bolton. 



Sept. 24. 

Newcastle 

npon Tyne. 



MEMBRANE 23. 

Inspeximus and confirmation to the canons of Llanthony Prima of the 
following : — 

I. Grant by Walter de Lacy, late lord of Meath. [Monasticon^ Vol. 
VI, p. 188.] 

II. Grants by Walter de Lacy, son of Hugh de Lacy. [MonasticoTif 
Vol VI, p. 138.] 

in. Grant by John son of Reginald. [Monasticon, Vol, VI, p, 189 
to liiie 81, * rationabiliter testantur.'^ By fine of 5 marks. 

Presentation of John de Sanoto Ivone to the church of Helagh in the 
diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Richard Waleys 
being in his hands. By p.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Battle, by Robert Alard of a messuage and 100 acres of land in Biastenovere 
in Pevense, co. Sussex, which are worth in all their issues 50s. a year, as 
appears by inquisition made by the sheriff of the said county, to hold in part 
satisfaction of a licence to acquire lands, tenements and rents to the value 
of 40^. a year. 

Protection with clause nolumus until Easter for Agnes de Sutton of 
Bouthum. 

The like for the following : — 
The master of the hospital of St. Leonard without Newark. 
Gilbert de Ebor[aco], clerk. 
Richard Enyght of Heche. 
Geoffrey de Heueknoll. 
Thomas Met of Holbeche. 
The abbot of Alba Landa, 

Elias de Stapelton, parson of the church of Swaveton. 
Robert de Neuby, parson of the church of Merston. 
Thomas de Rokke. 
Richard de Overton. 

Grant to Roger de Lysewy, king's clerk, of the free chapel within the 
castle of Cliderhou. By p.s. 

Safe-conduct for one year for the canons whom the abbot of Osneye, 
the sub-collector of the 5 (sic) out of each mark on benefices in certain parts 
of the bishopric of Lincoln granted to the king, is sending with the said 
money to the king. 

Pardon to John de Cherleton, knight, a rebel ; with restitution to him of 
his castles, lands and goods. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to Robert de Sapy to deliver to him his said castles 
and lands with the victuals, armour and other goods therein. 

The like to Roger Carles, keeper of certain lands in the county of Salop 
which are in the king's hands, to deliver to the said John such of his lands 
and goods as are in his custody. 

The abbot of St. Nicholas, Angers, going beyond the seas, has letters 
nominating Thomas Boydyn and Giles de Kyrkeby his attorneys for three 
years. 



16 EDWARD IL-Part 1. 



iod 



1322. 
Sept. 11. 

Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 

Sept. 16. 

Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 

Sept. 17. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne, 

Sept. 12. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 

July 10. 
York. 



Sept. 6. 
Fenham. 



Sept. 19. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 

Ang. 8. 
Felton. 



Sept. 17. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Sept. 20. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 

Sept. 20. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Sept. 12. 

Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 

Sept. 21. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Membrane 28 — cont. 

Pardon to Simon de Hadyngton for the death of Richard de Eynsedeleye 
and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s. 

Simple protection without clause for one year for Simon de Drayton, 
going beyond the seas. By K. 

Grant during pleasure to John de Gymmynges, king's yeoman, of the 
bailiwick of the chace of Cranebourn, co. Dorset ; with the usual fee. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

General pardon to Thomas Child of Chelegrave, and of any consequent 
outlawry. By p.s. 

Pardon, at the request of Hugh le Despenser, the younger, and of Master 
Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, to Odard Heron, knight, for 
his adherence to Thomas, late earl of Lancaster, and other rebels ; with 
restitution of his lands and goods. By p.s. 

Grant to Master Bertrand Ferrant, king's clerk, of the prebend of 
Maurepas in the free chapel of Hastyngges. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter. 

Notification, on behalf of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, that he has 
borne himself well towards Edward I and the king. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Grant to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, in extension of a grant 
to him of the castle of Dynbegh, of all goods therein and of the com in 
the lands belonging thereto. By p.s. 

Licence for Ralph de Monte Hermerii and Isabella his wife, sometime 
the wife of John de Hastynges, to acquire lands and rents held in chief to 
the value of 200^ a year to hold for their lives with remainder to Hugh de 
Hastynges and Thomas his brother, sons of the said John and Isabella, 
jointly or severally according to the disposition of the said Ralph and 
Isabella, or to either of them, in fee simple, fee tail, or otherwise. By E. 

Protection with clause rolumus^ until All Saints, for Peter Barde, going 
with a ship on the king's service to Scotland. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Signification to R. bishop of Salisbury of the revocation of the collation 
of Master John de Stratford, king's clerk, to the prebend of Chermynystre 
and Bere in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, made by the king in the 
belief of the death of George de Saluciis, king's kinsman, the prebendary 
thereof, who is still alive. By E. 

Licence for Joan, late the wife of Philip Eveningham, tenant in chief, to 
marry whom she will of the king's allegiance. By p.s. 

Mandate to L. bishop of Durham and his officials and ministers not to 
molest Geoffrey de Edenham, king's clerk, vicar of the church of Wodhom, 
by reason of his non-residence or the oath of residence which he took, as 
service to the king was understood to be excepted, the king having detained 
him on his service, and as moreover he is afraid to reside there by reason of 
hostile attacks. 



204 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 

Sept. 18. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Membrane 24— c(wt. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Robert Ingram. 

The like for the following : — 

The abbess of St. Mary*s, Winchester. 

Master Henry de Clif. 

William de Ltnynghami parson of the church of Stuecle. 



Sept. 10. 

Fenham. 



Sept. 5. 
Fenham. 



Sept. 18. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 

Aug. 6. 
Felton. 



Sept. 14. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 

Sept. 11. 

Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 

Sept. 19. 

Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 

Sept. 18. 

Newcastle 

upon l^e. 



Sept. 10. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 

Sept. 22. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



MEMBRANE 22. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Dunstaple by Master Richard Inge, chaplain, of his manor of Cadyngdon 
and Kenesworth, which is worth in all its issues il, 6s. 5d. as appears 
by inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator 
beyond Trent, to hold in part satisfaction of a Uoence granted to them to 
acquire land and rent to the value of 102. a year. 

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled. 

Exemption for life to Robert son of Nigel from being put on assises, 
juries or recognitions ; and from being made mayor, sheriff or other bailiff 
or minister of the king against his will. By p.s. 

Presentation of Richard de Mountpeliers to the church of Hintlisham 
in the diocese of Norwich. By p.s. 

Mandate to Isabella, late the wife of John de Yescy, who holds for life 
the castle of Hode and the manor of Kilburn, of the inheritance of 
Thomas, late earl of Lancaster, the reversion whereof, by reason of the 
forfeiture of the said Thomas, belongs to the king, to make her recognition, 
of whatever right she claims therein together with her fealty due for the 
same before Walter de Friskeneye, Robert de Malberthorp and Gilbert de 
Toutheby, whom the king has appointed to receive the same. By E. 

Pardon to John de Denom son of Adam de Denom, for his adherence to 
Thomas, earl of Lancaster, a rebel; with restitution of his lands and goods. 
General pardon also to him. By p.8. 

Pardon to John de Nevill for the death of Richard Marmeduke and of 
any consequent outlawry. By p.s. 

The like, at the request of Robert de Welle, to Henry Grym for the 
death of William de Foulden. By p.s. 

Prolongation for a further period of two years of the truce to be observed 
by the merchants, mariners and subjects of the king and those of the Duke of 
Brittany which commenced 24 Nov. 1820, and expired last All Saints and 
was then prolonged for one year. [Cf, Foedera,] French. 

Pardon to Thomas Mauclerk for the death of Roger Reed and all other 
felonies ; and also of any consequent outlawries. By p.s. 

Safe conduct for one year, directed to all baili& and lieges in Ireland, for 
the servants whom Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, is sending with 
ships to Ireland to buy corn and other necessaries for conveyance into the 
realm. By K. 

The like, directed to all friends and lieges, for the men whom the said 
Andrew is sending beyond the seas with ships to buy com and victuals and 
to bring the same into the realm. By E. 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 1. 



205 



1322. 



Sept. 15. 
Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 



Sept. 28. 
Durham. 



Sept. 16. 

Newcastle 

upon Tjne. 

Sept. 24. 
Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 



Sept. 20. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Sept. 21. 

Newcastle 

npon Tyne. 

Sept. 27. 
Durham. 

Oct. 8. 
Yarm. 



Membrane 22 — cont. 

Writ of aid, directed to the mayor, bailiffs, good men and others of the 
town of Newcastle upon Tyne, for Richard de Emeldon, burgess thereofi 
appointed to be chief warden of the said town. [Pari, Wriu.] 

Writ of aid during pleasure for Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, 
appointed chief warden of the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland 
and the ^larches adjoining and head arrayer and conductor of the men at 
arms and the foot thereof. [Fadera: Pari, Writs,] By p.e. 

The like for David, earl of Athol, appointed as above in Northumberland 
and the Marches thereof. By E. 

Writ of aid for him, directed to Henry de Percy, who with his entire 
posas is to do as the earl commands, keeping however sufficient ward in tiis 
castle of Alnewyk. [Fctdera : Pari, Writs^ By K, 

The like mandates for the earl directed to the following : — 
Ralph de Nevill, constable of the castle of Werkworth. 
Roger de Horsle, constable of the castle of Baumburgh. 
John de Lilleboum and Roger Mauduyt, constables of the castle of 

Dunstanburgh. 
The constable of the castle of Prudhou. 

Richard de Emeldon, chief warden of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne* 
[Fitdera: Pari, Writs.] 

Mandate to John de Bermyngham, earl of Loueth, justiciary of Ireland, 
to co-operate with the earl of Athol by the help of men from Ireland, and 
of all other forces at his disposal. [Fiedera : Pari, Writs,] 

Exemption for life to Robert de Ardern from being put on assises, juries 
or recognitions ; and from being made sheriff, coroner, forester, verderer, 
or other bailiff against his will. By E. 

Writ of aid until All Saints for John de Reding, Gilbert de Heddesore 
and Richard Fristling, king's Serjeants, charged by the steward of the 
Household and the keeper of the Wardrobe to find lodging for the cart- 
horses and sumpters of the Household, and to make purveyance of hay and 
oats for them. By bill of the Wardrobe. 

The like for Henry son of Thomas son of John de Sancto Botulpho, who 
lately came on the king's service in a ship of the king's called la Oodiere 
to Newcastle-upon-Tyne, going to divers parts of the realm to buy com 
and other victuals for conveyance to Newcastle upon Tyne and other 
northern parts of the realm. By E. 

Protection until Martinmas, for Matthew de Clyvedon, late a contrariant, 
coming to the king, under a safe-conduct, to make his ransom for his life 
and lands. By E. 

Protection with clause volunius for Thomas de Eirkeby of Carlisle. 

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for Master Robert de 
Cantuaria, going to the court of Rome, on the king's service. By p.s. 



Sept. 20. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



MEMBRANE 21. 



Writ of aid for Robert de Digeby, whom the king has appointed to arrest 
William Trussel and Edmund his brother, By E, 



206 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 
Sept. 18. 

Newcastle 
upon Tyne, 

Sept. 20. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Sept. 20. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Sept. 28. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 

Sept. 24. 
Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 



Sept. 27. 
Durham. 

Sept. 26. 
Durham. 



Sept. 27. 
Durham. 



Sept 8. 
Newbiggen. 

Sept. 24. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne, 



Membrane 21 — cont. 

Grant to Robert de Welle, quit of rent, of two parts of the dwelling 
place late of Roger de Clifford, a rebel, in the suburb of London, which by 
forfeiture came into the king's hands. By K. 

Grant to David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, of all the goods late of 
Bartholomew de Badelesmere, a rebel, in the castle and manor of Chilham 
and its members at the time of the caption thereof into the king's hands, 
and which have been forfeited. By K. 

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Thomas de Burgh, 
king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, for John son of Robert de Preston 
to resume possession and hold for life the manor of Waxham in 
Holdernesse and 4 messuages, a mill, 18 bovates of land and 60 acres of 
meadow in Waxham, Preston and Tunstal, co. York, held in chief as of the 
honor of Albemarle, which he acquired for life without licence from Andreda 
Haukyn ; who formerly acquired the same in fee from the said John, and 
which were for that trespass taken into the king's hand, with remainder 
after the death of the said John to Ingelram son of Robert Ingram, of 
Preston, and Alice his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder 
over to the right heirs of the said John. By fine of 5 marks. 

Appointment, after recital of the summons addressed to Robert Lewer 
and his default and also of the appointment during pleasure of John de 
Sancto Johanne of Basyng to be keeper of the castle of Odiham, formerly 
held by the said Robert at the king's will, of the said John and Ralph de 
Camoys to attach Robert Lewer and to take the castle by force if he refuses 
to surrender. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Pardon to Meuric ap Rees, for his adherence to Humphrey de Bohoun, 
late earl of Hereford, a rebel. By p.s. 

Writ of aid, until All Saints, for Richard Fristlyng, king's yeoman, 
charged by the steward of the Household and the keeper of the Wardrobe 
to find lodging for the cart horses and sumpters of the Household, and to 
make purveyance of hay and oats for them. By bill of the Wardrobe. 

The like for John de Redyng and Gilbert de Heddesore, king's Serjeants, 
separately. 

Pardon to Richard de Merclesden of Blakebumeshire, for his adherence 
to Thomas, late earl of Lancaster, and all other felonies. By E. 

Grant to Adam de Swylyngton, knight, late a rebel, who made fine with 
the king to save his life and lands in 1,000 marks, whereof the king having 
pardoned him 500 marks, granted him licence to pay the residue at the 
rate of 1001. a year, that he may pay the said residue at the Exchequer at 
the rate of 50^. a year, the first p^^yment to be made at Easter next. 

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer. 

Restitution as a further favour to John Beek, lately pardoned for his 
rebellion, the escheat and forfeiture of all his lands and goods being then 
reserved to the king, of his said lands. By E. 

Grant to David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, of Ralph de Beston, knight, 
a rebel, and of his lands and goods now in the king's hands. By p.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Monk 
Bretton by Master Henry de Eynesham, * machon,' of 4 messuages, a mill, 
4 bovates, 4 acres, 1 rood, and a moiety of a bovate of land and 119^. Hd, 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 1. 



207 



1322. 



Sept. 28. 
Durham. 



Oct. 8. 

Barnard 
CasUe. 



Sept. 28. 
Durham. 



Oct. 6. 

Tarm. 



Oct. 6. 

Barnard 

Castle. 

Oct. 8. 

Yarm. 



Oct. 8. 
Yarm. 



Membrane 21 — cont. 

of rent in Boulton, Byllynglay, Monkebretton, and Wyrkesburgh, which are 
worth in all their issues 20s. Sd, a year beyond the said rent, as appears 
by inquisition made by Thomas de Burgo, king's clerk, escheator on this 
side Trent, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the 
church of Bolton for the souls of the said Henry, his ancestors and all the 
faithful departed, to hold in part satisfaction of a licence granted to them 
to acquire lands and rents to the value of 10^. a year. 

Safe conduct until the Purification for William atte Cros, servant of 
Master Henry de Clif, king's clerk, parson of the church of Mold, whom 
the said Henry is sending to Wales and elsewhere within the realm on his 
affairs. 

The like for twelve days for Margery, wife of John de Gosewyk, going to 
Scotland for the delivery of her husband, who was taken prisoner by the 
Scots, and is detained in Scotland. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of John Hert to the bailiwick of the 
forestership of Barnard Castle, late of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of 
Warwick, tenant in chief, and in the king's hand by reason of the minority 
of the heir; he is to receive the same fee as Richard de Werdale who 
lately held it. By K. 

Presentation of Richard de Wotton to the church of Wotton, in the 
diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Maurice 
de Berkele being in his hands. By p.s. 

Writ of aid for Henry de Shirokes, king's clerk, receiver of victuals at 
Newcastle upon Tyne, appointed during pleasure to buy and purvey corn 
and victuals for the king's use. By E. 

Grant to Master Robert de Cantuaria, king's clerk, of the prebend of 
Cumbe Quarta, in the church of Wells, in the king's gift by reason of the 
late voidance of the bishopric of Bath and Wells. 

Mandate in pursuance to the bishop of Bath and Wells. 

By writ of secret seal. 

Safe conduct for one year for the men whom Richard de Emeldon, 
mayor of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne, is sending with a ship called 
la Mariferie of Newcastle upon Tyne laden with his merchandize to trade 
with beyond the seas, and to buy and bring back corn and victuals for the 
maintenance of his men and servants staying with him in the munition 
of the said town. [Pari. WriVf,] 

Presentation of Humphrey de Haustede to the church of Rolvynden in 
the diocese of Canterbury in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
land and heir of John de Lenham, tenant in chief. By writ of secret seal. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Thomas de Baumburgh, 
king's clerk, parson of a moiety of the church of Elnestowe, engaged on 
the king's business. 

The like for the under-mentioned : — 
Roesia, late the wife of John de Bureford of London. 
Thomas de Flete of Holbecch. 
The abbot of Westminster. 
Master Robert de Potton. 
The prior of BpultoQ, 



208 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Membrane 21 — cont. 



Alicei late the wife of William de Stopham. 

Robert de Haldanby. 

The abbot of Fecamp, 

John de Homeby. 

Robert Malekake. 

Robert de Bardeby, clerk. 

The master and brethren of the hospital of St. Nicholas without York. 

Brice Daneys. 

Nov. 2. William de Gammel, parson of the church of Shalden. 

York. Avice de Novo Mercato. 

Nov. 8. John de Ellerker, king's clerk. 

York. Robert de Wolesthorp and Roger his brother. 

William de Clif, parson of the church of Leek. 
Juliana, late the wife of Thomas Bomeyn. 

Oct. 24. Presentation of Robert de Hoton to the church of All Saints, Bichamwell 

York. in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Roger 

Damori, late a rebel, being in his hands. By p.s. 

Oct. 26. The like of John le Smale to the church of Blechyngeleye, in the diocese 

York. of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Hugh Daudele, 

the younger, and Margaret, his wife, being in his hands. By p.s. 



MEMBRANE 20. 

Sept. 16. Commission to Oliver de Ingham to array all able men between sixteen 

Newcastle and sixty in the county of Chester, the lands of Flynt and Ingelfeld, the 

upon Tyne. counties of Stafford and Salop and the parts of the Peek in the county of 

Derby, so as to be ready when summoned. [Pari, Writs,] By K. 

The like to the following in the following counties and parts :— ^ 
Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, in Cumberland, Westmoreland, 

Lancaster, and the parts of Craven, Richemundshire and the 

wapentake of Youkcrosse, co. York. 
Simon Warde \ 

John de Sutton - in the rest of the county of York. 

John de Rythre' ) 

John Darcy *le neveu' | cos. Nottingham and Derby, the parts of 
William de Aune f the Peek excepted. 

John Darcy, < le uncle,' in the parts of Lyndeseye, co. Lincoln. 
John de Ros, in the parts of Holand, co. Lincoln. * 
William de Eyme, in the parts of Eetsteve (stc), co. Lincoln. [Pari. 
WnU.] 

Mandate to the respective sheriffs to assist and obey the commissioners 
and to cause men to appear before them. 

Afterwards the above commissioners were ordered to hasten the business, 
as the Scots have invaded the realm. 

By letters patent a$ appears on the dorse of the Close Roll, where the said 
letters are through negligence enrolled. 

The form of array of men at arms and of footmen, every man with 20k 
of land to have a horse of 100s, haketon, habergeon, basinet with nosepiece 
{aventaile), gauntlets of steel {plate), sword, lance and knife. Every man 



16 EDWARD II.— Pabt 1. 



209 



1322. 



Sept. 28. 

Durham. 



Sept. 27. 
Durham. 



Aug. 17. 
Lauder. 



Sept. 28. 
Durham. 



Nov. 1. 

York. 



Sept. 8. 
Newbiggen. 

Sept. 8. 
Ancroft. 



Membrane 20 — cont. 

with 10^. of land to have a horse of iOs. and the same arms. Every man 
with 100s. of land or goods to have the same arms. Every man with iOs, 
of land or goods to have a haketon, palet, gauntlets, sword, lance and 
knife. Every man with less to have a sword, bow and arrows, or lance. 
And all persons are to be enrolled in this classification. Views of arms are 
to be held every Sunday in each parish. French, [Pari, Writs] 

Licence for the appropriation in mortmain by the abbot and convent of 
Langedon of the church of Waldwareshare in the diocese of Canterbury. 

By fine of 10 marks. 

Safe-conduct, at the request of Charles, king of France and Navarre, for 
men and merchants of the town of Amiens, coming into the realm to trade ; 
they shall not be arrested this side the Purification by reason of any debts 
in which the said king is bound to merchants of the realm. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Afterwards on 7 December following these letters were renewed until 
Easter. By K. 

Pardon to David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, for acquiring in fee simple 
from John de Haul ton the manors of Haulton and Chaverworth (sic), co. 
Northumberland, which are held in chief. By p.s. 

Mandate to the constable of Bordeaux to purvey 1,000 tons of pure 
wheaten flour, without bran, and 1,000 tuns of wine out of the aid granted 
or to be granted in that land if possible, and if not, out of the issues of the 
same land, and to have them sent to Newcastle upon Tyne by 1 May, as 
the king proposes next summer to set forth with his army against the 
Scots. By K. 

The like to the justiciary and treasurer of Ireland to purvey G,000 
quarters of wheat, 4,000 quarters of oats, 1,000 quarters of barley-malt, 
2,000 quarters of beans, 600 bacons, 500 tuns of wine, and 500 quarters of 
salt out of the issues of that land, and to grind and put into barrels one 
half the wheat, each barrel to be marked how much it contains, and to 
send the victuals as they shall be bought to Skymbumesse by Carlisle by 
1 May. By K. 

Pardon to Ralph de Beston, knight, lately a rebel, with restitution of his 
lands and goods, which are in the king's hands. By p.s. 

Pardon, at the request of Thomas do Gray, to Marmaduke Basset for 
being of the company of Gilbert de Middelton, a rebel ; general pardon also 
to him for all trespasses committed before the date hereof and any 
consequent outlawry, the robbery committed upon the cardinals excepted. 

By p.s. 



Sept. 26. 
Newcastle 
upon Tyne. 



MEMBRANE 19. 

Ratification of a quit claim which John de Halton made to David de 
Strabolgy, earl of Athol, of all his right in the manor of Halton, which is 
held in chief ; of the grant by the said John to the earl of 13 messuages, 
195 acres of land and 13 acres of meadow in Halton ; of a grant by the 
said John and Isabella his wife to the same earl of the reversion of the 
manor of Claverworth, also held in chief ; of another grant by him to the 
earl of the reversion of the manors of Berleye and Beuleu, which are not 
held in chief ; which manors of Claverworth, Berleye and Beuleu with the 
said messuages, land and meadow are held for life by Eleanor, late the wife 
of WiUiam de Halton. By K. 

24962 



210 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



Membrane 19 — eont. 



1322. 

Oct. 9. Acknowledgement that the king is bound to the dean and chapter of St. 

Yann. Andrew's, Wells, in 100 marks, with promise of repayment within two 
years. By p.s. 

Vacated because surrendered. 

Oct. 26. Grant to Edmund Gacelyn of the corn of the autumn last past in the 

York. lands belonging to the manors of Catmere and Wroxhale which he holds 
of the king's gift. By p.s. 

Mandate to Robert de Hungerford, keeper of the lands late of the rebels 
in the counties of Berks and Wilts, to permit the said Edmund to have 
the same according to the tenor of the king's letters patent, and to restore 
any part he may have taken. By p.s. 

Oct. 25, Emelina Lungespeye, staying in England^ has letters nominating 

York. Richard de la Hide and Hugh de la More her attorneys in Ireland for two 
years. 

Oct. 27. Safe conduct until Whitsunday for Robert de Stayndrop, guardian of the 

York. Friars Minors of York, going to Scotland on aflfairs concerning John de 

Britannia, earl of Riohemund, who was taken and is detained by the Scots. 

Further the said Robert together with another English brother of the said 

Order is to stay with the earl if he wishes, for his recreation and solace. 

ByK. 

Grant to the said earl for his consolation that he may retain seven 
persons of his household to stay with him for his recreation and service 
whilst he is detained by the Scots. [F(edera,] By K. 

Grant to the said earl that he may have victuals and other necessaries for 
his clothing and beds and reasonable expenses for five persons or fewer, if 
he wishes to summon them to Scotland : persons nominated for such 
purpose by the earl with victuals and necessaries for his clothing &c. are 
to be permitted to pass without hindrance to Scotland. By E. 

Oct. 81. Pardon, at the request of Hugh le Despenser, the younger, to Robert de 

York. WateviU, knight, for his adherence to Roger de Clifford, a rebel ; with 

restitution of his lands and goods which were taken into the king's hands. 

By p.s. 

Oct. 27. Pardon to Hugh de Heroy, the younger, for acquiring in fee from Hugh 

York. de Hercy, the elder, the manor of Grove, which is held in chief as of the 

honor of Tikhull, subject to rendering to the said grantor 40^. a year for 

his life. By fine of 20s. 

Oct. 24. Licence for John Botetourt and Maud his wife to grant the manor of 

York. Chigenhale Trenchefoill, co. Essex, held in chief, to John de Sancto 

Philiberto and Ada his wife, to hold to them and the heirs of the said John 

de Sancto Philiberto. By p.s. 

Oct. 28. Grant for life to William de Morle, king's minstrel, called * Roi du 

York. North,' of the houses late of John le Botiller called * Roi Bruant,' late a 

rebel, in the town of Pontefract, which by forfeiture came into the king's 

hands. [L]f. Fadera.] By K. 

Oct. 8. Grant for life to Robert de Welle of the houses late of Roger de Clifford, 

Yarm. a rebel, in the parish of St. Dunstan's * West*, in the suburb of London, 

which are in the king's hands as an escheat. By p.s. 

Oct. 27. Pardon, at the request of Nicholas de Verdun, to James son of William 

York. de Stafford the younger (junioris), for the death of Alexander de Swynner- 

ton and of all other offences and consequent outlawries. By p.s. 



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1322. 



Membrane 19 — cont. 

The like for John son of William de Stafford the younger (junior). 

By p.s. 

The like, at the request of the said Nicholas, to Ralph son of Ralph 
Choppecok for the death, of Richard de Roundhay and for that of Richard 
Jay of Groby and of all other offences and consequent outlawries. By p.s. 

Oct. 29. Appointment during pleasure of Robert de Malleye to the custody of the 

York. priory of Cardigan in West Wales, a cell of the abbey of Certeseye, which 
has fallen into debt through wars, dearths and other tribulations, and which 
the king at the request of Oliver de Burdegala, king's yeoman, has taken 
into his protection ; the said Robert is to apply the revenues to the discharge 
of its debts, and no sheriff or other bailiff is to be lodged there, nor any 
of its goods taken without the licence of the said keeper. By p.s. 

Nov. 1. Safe conduct until Easter for Master John de Chaalons and Robinus 

York. called * Amelarde,' going with three and four horses and their servants to 

Scotland to Henry, lord of Sully (d^ Solia^o), lately taken prisoner by the 

Scots, on the affairs of the said Henry. By K. 

Oct. 30. Pardon to Robert Ingram of Notingham and Orframina his wife for 

York. acquiring for their lives from Richard Ryboef the manor of Etewell which 

is held in chief as of the honor of Tuttebury. By fine of 1 mark. 

Nov. 1. Protection with clause volumus until Christmas for William de Merkeshale, 

York. going on the king's service to the Marches. By testimony of the Steward. 

Nov. 1. Pardon to Gilbert de Talbot, knight, a rebel ; with restitution of his 

York. lands, which have been taken into the king's hands. By E. 

Mandate in pursuance to Robert de Aston, keeper of lands, late of rebels, 
in the county of Gloucester. 

The like to Roger Careles in the county of Hereford. 
The like to Robert de Hungerford in the county of Berks. 

Nov. 2. Grant for life to Peter de Eketon, king's sergeant, of all lands and rents 

York. in Hordwell and Ordeston, co. Berks, late of Henry Tyeys, a rebel, which 

have come into the king's hands as escheats. By E. 

Oct. 28. Grant in fee simple to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, and Hugh 

Cawood. hig son and Eleanor wife of the latter, of 8 messuages, 8 bovates and 28 
acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, an eighth part of a mill in Alkebarwe, 
an eighth part of the wood of Aikebarwe and pasture for 10 oxen there, 
late of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, a rebel, which have come into the king's 
hands as escheats. By writ of secret seal. 

Nov. 2. Grant to Master John de Portali, king's clerk, of the prebend of Bedeford 

York. Minor in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of 
the temporalities of the bishopric of Lincoln being in the king's hands. 
Mandate in pursuance to H. bishop of Lincoln. By p.s. 

The like collation of the said Master John to that prebend, which Master 
John de Malevill had in the same church. 

Like mandate in pursuance to the said bishop. 

MEMBRANE 18. 

Nov. 8. Grant to Nicholas Verdon of the custody during the minority of the 

York. heir of the lands in Ireland late of Simon de Pheypo, tenant in chief, to 

hold to the value of 40Z. a year, and if they exceed that value he shall 

answer for the excess at the Exchequer of Dublin. By E. 



212 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Oct. 81. 
York. 



Nov. 8. 
York. 



Nov. 8. 
York. 



Nov. 6. 
CampsalU 



Aug. 22. 

Edinburgh, 



Membrane 18 — cont. 

Pardon to John de Hilton of his outlawry and to Margaret his wife of her 
waiver incurred by them because they could not be found to undergo im- 
prisonment and to carry out the judgment of the court when convicted by 
a judgment of the king's court of a disseisin committed upon Roger Goce 
of a tenement in Silton Paynel, co. York. By K. 

Commission to Thomas Wake and William Latimer to array all men 
between sixteen and sixty in the Est Trithing, co. York; the com- 
missioners are to make a circuit of the Riding. French. [Pari, Writs,] 

The like to the following in their respective counties : — 
John de Wysham, John Mauleverer and John de Rithre, ' 

in the West Trithing. 
Henry fuiz Hugh, and John Marmyon, in the North 

Trithing. 
John de Cromwell and William de Aune, in the parts of 

Donecastre. 



- CO. York, 



Andrew de Harcla, earl of Carlisle, in the counties of Cumberland, 
Westmoreland and Lancaster. 

Walter de Waldeshef, in the Peek. 

Oliver de Ligham, co. Chester. 

H«nry de Beaumont aud William de Eyme, co. Lincoln. 

John de Segrave and Robert de Mauley, cos. Nottingham and Derby. 

David de Strabolgy, earl of Asceles, co. Northumberland. 

Ralph de Neville, in the bishopric of Durham. 

Ralph Basset, co. Stafford. 

Stephen de Segrave and Ralph de Grendon, co. Leicester. 

John Pecche and John de Hardeshull, co. Warwick. 

Douenald de Mar, in the town and wapentake of Newerk, co. 
Nottingham. 
Mandate to the said John de Segrave and Robert de Mauley not to 
intermeddle in the said town and wapentake of Newark. [Pari, Writs.] 
The form of the said array. French. [Pari. Writs,] 

Safe-conduct for one year for Nicholas le Taverner of Neuwerk, going 
with his ship southwards to buy corn and victuals, and to bring the same 
to Neuwark and from thence in his ship to York, he having found security 
that he will not take the goods elsewhere, and that he will not communicate 
with the Scots or Flemings. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Laurence de Wynthorp, 
chaplain, of a messuage in Skegnes to Simon, parson of the church of St. 
Clement, Skegnes, for a dwelling place for himself and his successors. 

By fine of i mark. 

Qrant during pleasure to Hamo Quarel, yeoman of the chamber, of the 
office of controller of the custom in the town of Kingeston upon Hull, to 
hold in the same manner as others have held it. By p.s. 

Whereas on 26 September, 11 Edward II, William de Ros of Hamelake 
granted and quit-claimed to the king and his heirs the castle of Werk upon 
Tweed with knights* fees and all other appurtenances, except the advowson 
of cells belonging to the priory of Eirkeham and the hospital of Boulton, 
to exchange for 400 marks of land and rent to be granted to the said 
William and his heirs between the rivers Thames and Thaes ; and whereas 
the king afterwards, to provide security to the said William, granted him 400 
marks a year to be received out of the farms of the cities of York and 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 1. 218 



1322. 



Membrane 18 — conU 



Lincoln, viz. : — 120^. and 146Z. 18s. hi, respectively, until he should be 
provided with land and rent as aforesaid ; and whereas the said William 
has acknowledged that of the said 400 marks, 100 marks were his yearly fee 
for staying with the king, according to an indenture made in the Wardrobe 
and the remaining 800 marks had been granted to him for the said castle, 
and whereas he has petitioned the king to be discharged from staying with 
him according to the said indenture, 100 marks being on that account 
deducted from the said 400 marks, and that he may receive the said 800 marks 
out of farms of the said cities until lands or rents to that amount shall be 
assigned or his castle shall be restored to him. The king, assenting to the 
petition, has in consideration of the deduction of the said 100 marks dis- 
charged the said William from staying with him saving only such things 
as he is bound to do as the king's liege man and by reason of his homage 
and fealty. Further the king granted that he may receive the said 800 
marks out of the farms of the said cities, viz. : — 150 marks from each by 
the hands of the bailiffs of the said cities until he shall be provided 
with land and rents to that value between the above rivers or until the said 
castle be restored to him, provided always that if the king or his heirs shall 
provide any part of the said 800 marks of land and rent, a sum equal to 
such part shall be deducted from the yearly payment. 

By K. on the information of Master B. de Baldok. 

Oct. 81. Commission to Walter de Pavely and the sheriff of Wilts to array all the 

York. men between sixteen and sixty in that county ; Walter de Pavely to be their 

leader, the names of the men at arms with particulars of array and their 

estate to be certified to the king ; and contumacious persons are to be 

arrested. French, [Pari, WriU,'\ 

Like commissions for the under-mentioned persons (who are to be 
leaders unless otherwise specified) with the sheriffs in their respective 
counties : — 

Reginald de Botreux - - - -co. Cornewaille. 
Stephen de Haccom - - - -co. Deven. 
John de Clivedon - - r - -co. Somerset. 

John Peverel co. Dorset. 

John de Scures, the sheriff, to be leader, 

and James de Norton - - - -co. Southampton. 
John Howard, the sheriff, to be leader, and 

Geoffrey With co. Norfolk. 

John Howard, the sheriff, to be leader, and 

Edmund de Hemmegrave - - -co. Suffolk, 
John Dabernon, the younger - - -co. Surrey. 

Thomas Tregoz co. Sussex. 

Stephen de Cobeham • • • -co. Kent. 

Thomas Gobion co. Essex. 

Richard de Perers co. Hertford. 

John de Limbiry - - - - -co. Cambridge. 

William Moigne co. Huntingdon. 

Robert Malet co. Buckingham. 

John de Morteyn co. Bedford. 

William le Blund co. Rutland. 

Roger de Brok co. Middlesex. 

Robert de Ardeme co. Oxford. 

Reginald Pavely co. Berks. 

Thomas de Mounteny - - - -co. Northampton. 
William de Wanton - - - -co. Gloucester, 



214 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



-jQon Membrane 18 — cont, 

William Corbet co. Worcester. 

Roger ChaundoS) the sheriff, to be leeuier, 

and Richard de BaskerviU - - -co. Hereford. 
Roger Corbet of Tassele, leader - - co. Salop. 



French, [Pari. Writs,] 



MEMBRANE 17. 

Oct. 28. Protection with clause rogamus for one year for the master and brethren 
York. of the hospital of St. James, Donewich, their men and goods. 

Oct. 28. Grant to George de Saluciis, king's kinsman, archdeacon of Buckingham, 

York. that he may hold for life the said archdeaconry with the prebend of Bere 

and Chermynistre m the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, and the prebend 

of Massam in the church of St. Peter, York, without molestation by reason 

of any right the king may have therein. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Nov. 2. Appointment during pleasure of Hugh le Despenser, the younger, to the 

York. superior custody of the castle, town and barton of Gloucestre, the castle of 

St. Briavel and the Forest of Dene. By K. 

Writ d^ intendettdo to Gilbert Talebot, keeper of the castle, town and 

barton of Gloucestre, for the said Hugh as superior keeper thereof. 

The like to Robert de Sapy, keeper of the castle of St. Briavel and Forest 
of Dene. By E. 

Writ of aid, during pleasure, directed to David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, 
and all captains of men at arms and constables of castles in Northumberland, 
for William de Eirkeby, king's clerk, and Thomas de Pencathelan, 
appointed to survey the munitions and array of all men at arms, as well in 
the munitions of castles as elsewhere in the Marches of Scotland, who are at 
the king's wages. By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Oct. 80. Protection with clause volumus until Easter for Robert de Wulseleye, 

York. staying with Andrew de Harcla, earl of Carlisle, in the munition of the 

castle of Carlisle. By testimony of the said earl. 

Notification to R. bishop of Salisbury of the revocation of the collation 
of Master John de Stretford, king's clerk, archdeacon of Lincoln, to the 
prebend of Bere and Chermynistre in the church of Salisbury, made by the 
king in the belief that it was void by reason of the death of George de 
Saluciis, the prebendary thereof, who is still alive. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

The like to W. archbishop of York as to the prebend of Massam in the 
church of York, to which the king had collated William de Ayremyune. 

The like to H. bishop of Lincoln as to the archdeaconry of Buckingham, 
in the church of Lincoln, to which the king had collated Roger de Waltham. 

ByE. 

Oct. 28. Grant to the said George de Saluciis that he may hold for his life the 
York. said archdeaconry and prebends without molestation, and that he be not 
disturbed by any right of the king to the collations thereto. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Nov. 2. Presentation of John de Crokford to the church of Eaernarvan in the 

York, ' diocese of Bangor. By p.s. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 215 



1 099 Membrane 17 — catit, 

Nov. 2. Grant during pleasure to John Pecche of the manor of Balishale, co. 

York. Warwick, late of John de Moubray, a rebel, in the king's hands as an 

escheat. By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Nov. 8. Mandate to the justiciary, sheriffs, bailiffs and others in Ireland not to 

York. take anything nor to permit anything to be taken for the king's use of the 

goods, victuals and merchandise of the burgesseo of Droghda on both sides 

the river there, or of other men and merchants, which the latter may bring 

there for sale, against their will. By E. 

Nov. 1. Mandate to the sheriff, bailiffs and others of the county of Lincoln, to be 

York. attendant upon and aiding to Alice, late the wife of Thomas earl of 

Lancaster, with the posse of the county if necessary, the king having heard 

that certain men with armed force are marching to where she is staying 

awaiting an opportunity to abduct her. By E. 

Nov. 1. Commission to John Pecche to arrest disturbers of the peace in the 

York. county of Warwick. [Pari, Writs.] By E. 

The like to the following : — 
Roger Corbet and Peter Corbet, co. Salop. 

Alan de Cherleton, keeper of the castle and land of Wyggemor, in his 
bailiwick. By E. 

Ralph le Botyller, keeper of the castle and land of Lodelowe. [Pari, 
WHts.] 

Nov. 1. The like to Robert de Leyburn in the county of Lancaster to arrest 

York. Robert le Euwer and his accomplices. [Pari. Writs.] By E. 

The like to the following in their respective counties or bailiwicks : — 
Alan de Cherleton, in his bailiwick in Wales and the marches thereof. 

ByE. 
John de Hastynges in his land in Wales. 
Ralph le Botyller in his bailiwick. 
Robert de Ardern and the sheriff of Oxford, co. Oxford. 
The mayor and bailiffs of Bristol in their bailiwick. 
Robert Achard and the sheriff of Berks, co. Berks. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like to Gilbert Talbot, Robert de Sapy and Thomas le Blount in the 
counties of Gloucester, Worcester and Hereford, [Pari. Writs.] By E. 

The like to Edmund, earl of Arundel, justice of Wales, in Wales or the 
Marches thereof. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like to Oliver de Ingham, justice of Chester. [Pari, Writs.] 

Nov. 1. Commission to Edmund, earl of Eent, the king's brother, to arrest 

York. disturbers of the peace wherever they shall be found throughout the realm ; 

he is to commit such persons to the custody of the sheriffs in whose 

bailiwicks they may be arrested. [Pari. Wriu.] By E. 

Nov. 24. The like to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester. [Pari, Writs.] 

York. 

MEMBRANE 16. 

Nov. 4. Mandate to Master William de Chauncy and William de Witham, to whom 

York. the king on 20 May last granted the custody of the manor of Swyn[hop], 

CO. Lincoln, extended at 20Z. 18s. Id. together with its issues from Easter 

last, in his hands by reason of the minority of Isabel, daughter and heir 



216 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Nov. 8. 

York. 



Nov. 8. 
York. 



Nov. 6. 
Haddlesey. 



Nov. 8. 
York. 



Nov. 18, 
Tutbury. 




Nov. 8. 

York. 

Nov. 16. 
Tatboxy. 



Membrane 16 — cont. 

of Gerard de Cbauncy, tenant in chief, to hold during such minority, 
rendering at the Exchequer 82Z. a year, viz. the said extent and 111. lid. 
the increment, to pay the said sum from 18 July last until the full age of 
the heir to Bertram de Mountbocher, to whom the king, forgetting his 
previous grant, granted on 18 July last the custody of all the lands of the 
said Gerard during the minority of the said heir, together with her 
marriage. By E. & C. 

Writ of aid for John de Bello Campo of Somersete and John de Erlegb, 
appointed to arrest disturbers of the peace wherever they may be found. 
[Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Mandate to the said John de Bello Campo to be diligent herein, lest any 
mischief may arise from his negligence, in which case the king will consider 
him to be an adherent of such persons. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like to John de Erlegh. [Pari. WHts.] By K. 

John, abbot of St. Ouen's, Rouen, staying beyond the seas, ha» letters 
nominating Guillermus Bouchard, clerk, and Peter Yignet his attorneys 
for four years. By fine of 205. at the instance of OeofiErey de Wellefoid. 

Appointment of John Cheynel and Robert de Stoke, to enquire in whose 
hands are certain of the goods of Hugh de Cuylli, deceased, in the counties 
of Warwick and Leicester, all which goods the king had commanded to 
be taken into his hands, but some were not so taken and are in the hands 
of divers men of those counties ; the said John and Robert are to take into 
the king's hands such goods when found, to deliver the same to Roger de 
Cuylli, king's yeoman, son of the said Hugh, to whom the king had 
granted all the goods of the deceased, as executor of his father's will, and 
to his co-executors, for the execution thereof. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Writ of aid for John de Bello Campo of Sumersete and John de Erlegb 
appointed to arrest disturbers of the peace in the counties of Somerset, 
Dorset and Wiltshire, and to commit them to prison. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the prior of Feriby. 

The like for the following : — 

Loretta de Usflet, lady of Swanneslond. 

John de Foxle, for two years. 

Hugh de Thorntoft. 

Roger de Hope. 

William de Hoo. 

Walter Bever. 

Neapolio, cardinal deacon of St. Adrian's, prebendary of Cave in the 

church of St. Peter, York. 
The above cardinal, prebendary of Kynggessutton in the church of St. 

Mary, Lincoln. 
Michael de Wath, parson of the church of Beford, constantly attendant 

on the king's service in the Chancery. 
Richard de Chissebech. 
Edmund de Wodestok, earl of Kent. 

John de Derby, parson of the church of Whityngton. 
John de Crosseby, parson of the church of Tollesbory. 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 1. 



217 



1322. 
Nov. 8. 

York. 



Oct. 8. 
Yarm. 



Nov. 10. 
Tutbnty. 



Nov. 9. 
Tatbory. 



Nov. 12. 
Tatbury. 



Nov. 16. 

We«ton-on- 

Trent. 

Aug. 18. 
Alnwick. 



Nov. 16. 

Weston-on- 

Trent. 



Membrane 16 — cont. 

Safe-conduct for one year for Richard de Preston, burgess of Droghda, 
and his men coming into England with ships laden with com and victuals 
at Droghda and elsewhere in Ireland, to trade therewith ; he having found 
security in the Chancery that neither he nor his men will communicate 
with the Scots or Flemings. 

The like for :— 

John Prene, burgess of Drogda. 
William de Preston, burgess of Droghda. 

Acknowledgment of the receipt in the Chamber by the hands of Thomas 
de Useflet, king's clerk, of 500Z. from John Butetourte, knight, in full pay- 
ment of 1,000Z. which Thomas his son acknowledged in the king's Chancery 
to owe in the chamber, and which sum of 1,000/. the said John afterwards 
bound himself to pay for his adherence to Thomas, earl of Lancaster. 

By p.s. 

Pardon to the said John Butetourte, knight, for his adherence to the said 
earl. By p.s. 

Power to J. bishop of Norwich, the chancellor, and W. bishop of Exeter, 
the treasurer, as the king cannot be present at York this next Sunday, 
to open and continue the discussion touching the realm with the prelates 
peers, councillors and commonalties of the realm about to assemble there 
by command of the king. By K. 

Afterwards^ 8 January^ the said letters were surrendered by the Cliancellor, 
Cancelled, 

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of 
Northumberland, for the alienation in mortmain by John de EUerker of 
Newcastle upon Tyne of a messuage and 205. of rent in that town to a 
chaplain to celebrate di\nne service daily in the church of St. Nicholas, 
Newcastle upon Tyne, for the souls of the said John and of Maud, 
sometime his wife, and of all the faithful departed, although it appears 
by such inquisition that the said messuage and rent are held in chief by 
the service of 2d. a year. By fine of 60s. 

Safe-conduct for one year, for Richard Fitz Dieu, merchant of Kyngeston 
upon Hull, and his men, going with his ships to the south of the realm to 
buy wine, corn and victuals and convey the same to York, Newcastle upon 
Tyne and the northern parts of the realm ; he having found security in 
the Chancery that he will not communicate with the Scots or the Flemings. 

Presentation of Humphrey de Hausted to the church of Rolvynden in the 
diocese of Canterbury, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
land and heir of Joan de Rokeslee, tenant in chief. By p.s. 

Grant to Adam de Brom, king's clerk, of the several tithes in Wyghton, 
CO. Norfolk, which Geoffrey de Welleford, clerk, deceased, had there by gift 
of Edward I. and which are in the king's gift by reason of his custody of 
the land and heir of Drogo de Mello, tenant in chief. 

Presentation of Henry de Aston to the church of Eton Meysy in the 
diocese of Salisbury, void by the resignation of Richard de Hacche, the late 
rector, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of 
Nicholas de Sancto Mauro, tenant in chief. 

Pardon at the request of William de Ayremynne, king's clerk, to John 
Aubrey for the death of Richard de la Stone of Lugwardyn, and of any 
confluent outlawry. By p.s. 



218 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 
Nov. 21. 

York. 



Nov. 26. 
York. 



Nov. 25. 
York. 



Memhratu 16 — cant, 

John de Glentham and Hugh de Lincoln, canons of the house of Thornton, 
bringing news of the cession of Thomas, the late abbot thereof, have letters 
for the prior and convent of licence to elect. By K. 

See on the schedule for Boger Belcr ami tlie xcarden of the cliapel of St. Peter ^ 
Kyrkehy, 

Membrane 16 — Scliedule, 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger Boler of a messuage in 
Kirkeby upon Wrethek to the prior and convent of Monks Eirkeby, to hold 
in exchange for a messuage in Kirkeby upon Wrethek. By fine of \ mark. 

Licence, after inquisition aA quod damnum made by Master John 
Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, for the warden of the 
chapel of St. Peter, Eirkeby, to enclose a way in Kirkeby leading from the 
house late of William son of Eda to that of John Base beneath the dwelling 
place of the said warden and the churchyard of the said chapel, for the 
enlargement of the said dwelling place and churchyard, provided that he 
make another way of the same length and breadth and equally suitable for 
passers-by, on the soil of the said warden to the south of the town, and 
that the way so to be enclosed contains 20 perches in length and 2^ perches 
in width. By fine of 10^. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger Beler of his manor of 
Kirkeby on Wrethek to the warden of the chapel of St. Peter, Kirkeby upon 
Wrethek, and for the said warden to regrant the same to the said Rqger 
and Alice his wife in tail with reversion, failing issue, to the said warden 
and his successors. By fine of 1 mark. 



Nov. 14. 

Tutbury. 



Nov. 22. 

York. 



Nov. 12. 
Tutbury. 

Dec. 8. 
York. 



MEMBRANE 15. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of St. 
Mary's, Worcester, of divers parcels of land, messuages and rents in Conter- 
ton by Overbury by Godfrey de Holyne and Margaret his wife, and Master 
John de Bradewas, and of a messuage and a moiety of a virgate of land in 
Clyve Priors by William le Fremon, all held of the said prior and convent, 
which are worth beyond the said rents, 12.9. dd, a year, as appears by inquisition 
made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, to 
hold in part satisfaction of a licence to acquire lands and rent to the value 
of 20 marks a year. 

Confirmation of a demise by Richard, abbot of St. Edmunds, and the 
convent thereof to Robert de Walsham, clerk, of their manor of Conynges- 
ton, excepting the advowson of the church of the manor, to hold for his life 
at a rent of 26Z. 18.s. id, a year, and saving also to the said abbot the chat- 
tels of felons, fugitives, and year and waste of their tenements, murder, 
amercements and fines of court, arising before any justices, also wards 
and escheats of free tenants in the said manor. By fine of i mark. 

Protection with clause nolumus for the year for Seman de Burton, his 
men, lands, and goods. 

The like for the undermentioned : — 

Thomas Larcher, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in 

England. 
John dQ Thorpe. 



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Membrane 15 — conU 



1322. 

Nov. 21. Oliver de Wysete. 

York. William, vicar of the church of Gaynesburgh. 

John de Malgum. 
Margaret le Graunt of Gunwardby. 
Roger de Gyldesburgh, parson of the church of Crauleye. 
Master Peter Filliol, parson of the church of Marteleye. 
Nicholas de Bolyngbrok. 
Thomas de Barkeston. 
The abbot of Tupholm. 
Ralph de Wolyngham. 
Thomas Josep of Hayton and Thomas his son. 

Nov. 80. Walter son of Robert de Vusflet. 

York. Robert atte Halle. 

Philip Warner of Grymesby. 
Stephen de Shelesfeld. 
Walter de Friskeney. 

Dec. 2. Protection with clause rolnmus until Michaelmas for William son of 

York. William le Cornmagere of Leddrede, lately taken prisoner by the Scots and 

detained in Scotland. By E. 

Nov. 1. Protection for Roger Turtle of Bristol until St. Peter ad Vincula. 

York. 

Nov. 29. Simple protection without clause for one year for John de Ditton, clerk, 

York. going beyond the seas. 

The like for :— 
Walter de Spalding. 
Richard de Shefifeld. 
Master Walter de Barewe, parson of the church of Byford. 

Nov. 2. John de Goushull, parson of the church of Alyngton, going beyond the 

York. seas, has letters nominating William de Manthorp and Walter Godard his 
attorneys for two years. 

Dec. 1. Luke do Colcvill, clerk, going beyond the seas for study, has like letters 

York. nominating John de Yerdhull and Hugh do Colevill for two years. 

Nov. 21. Licence for Robert de Roynbergh and Alice his wife to enfeoff William 

York, Clarel and Agnes his wife of a moiety of the manor of Adwyk, which is 

held in chief as of the honor of Tikhill, as appears by inquisition made by 

Thomas de Burgh, king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, to hold to 

them and their heirs. By fine of 1 mark. 

Nov. 8. Grant for three years from Christmas next to the steward, bailiffs and 

Eckington burgesses of the town of Droghda towards Moath of pavage upon all wares 

for sale coming into their town. By p.s. 

The like to the steward, bailiffs and burgesses of Droghda towards Uriel. 

By p.s. 

Nov. 25. Pardon to Henry de Sancto Martino of Holeym and to John son of 

York. Henry de Sancto Martino of the undermentioned trespass, viz. the said 
Henry had enfeoffed without licence the said John of a messuage and 5 
bovates of land in Holeym in Holdcrnesse, which are held in chief as of 
the honor of Albemarle, as appears by inquisition made by Thomas de 
Burgh, king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, and the said John had 
re-granted the same to the said Henry for life, with reversion to himself 



220 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322, 



Nov. 26. 
York. 



Nov. 26. 
York. 



Nov. 28. 
York. 



Nov. 25. 
York. 



Nov. 24. 
York. 

Nov. 26. 
York. 



Nov. 26. 
York. 



Dec. 2. 
York. 



Dec. 10. 
Haddlesey. 



Dec. 11. 
Haddlesey. 



Membrane 16 — cont, 

and his heirs, which messuage and land tor that trespass had been taken 
into the king's hands : restitution of the messuage and land to the said 
Henry, with reversion to the said John and his heirs. By fine of i mark. 

John de Wygorn [ia] and Thomas de la Nye, monks of Glastonbury, 
bringing news of the death of Oeofi&ey Fromound, the late abbot of that 
place, have letters of licence to elect for the prior and convent. By K. 

Appointment during pleasure of Geoffrey de Fyngale to prosecute and 
defend the king's affairs before the justices of the Bench, receiving 10^ a 
year so long as he shall attend thereto. 

By E. on the information of the Treasurer. 

William, abbot of Grestain, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominat- 
ing John Wyndas and Roger Haleboum his attorneys for three years. 

By fine of 20a. Surrey. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Markeby by William de Waltham, vicar of the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, 
of a messuage [and] 100 feet of land in length by 70 feet in width in the 
suburb of Lincoln, by William de Braytoft, parson of the church of Beseby, 
of 80 feet of land in length by 40 feet in width, 18 acres of meadow and 
6.S. 6Jrf. of rent in Sutton, and by Walter Penkes of 12 acres of meadow in 
Assordby and Hanay. By fine of 5 marks. 

Simple protection without clause for two years for Gerard Doroms, going 
beyond the seas. 

Grant in fee simple to Giles de Ispannia, king's yeoman, of that messuage 
in Oldeford and 8 acres of land there, called Alegut, which the king lately 
had of the gift of Walter, now archbishop of Canterbury, so that the said 
Giles may sell, alienate or otherwise make his profit thereof without 
hindrance. By K. 

Pardon to John de Blyton for acquiring in fee without licence 71 acres 
8 roods of land in Canewyk from Elias Martel, who held them in chief, for 
which trespass they were taken into the king's hands by Master John 
Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent ; with restitution of the 
same. By fine of i mark. 

Protection with clause volnmus for one year for John de Castre, staying 
beyond the seas on the king's service. By K. 

The like for Thomas de Lond', staying in Ponthieu on the king's service. 

Writ of aid for Robert de Swynbourn, knight, and Master John de 
Hildesle, clerk, whom the king is sending to survey all the munitions of 
men at arms at the king's wages, stock of victuals, and other things in the 
castles and towns of Cumberland and Westmoreland, and in the liberty of 
Tyndale. By K. 

Grant, during pleasure, to Edmund de Dacre of the bailiwick of the 
forestership of the chace of Boulond, co. York, to hold as others have held 
it. By p.s. 

Mandate to John Travers, keeper of lands in the county of York in the 
king's hands, to deliver it to him. 



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221 



1322. 
Nov. 12. 

Tutbary. 



Nov. 12. 
Tutbury. 



Nov. 12. 
Tutbury. 



Nov. 28. 
York. 



Nov. 25. 
York. 

Nov. 28, 

York. 



Dec. 8. 
York. 



Dec. 4. 
York. 



Dec. 2. 

York. 



MEMBRANE 14. 

Pardon, upon fine made by W. bishop of Exeter, to the dean and chapter 
of the church of St. Peter, Exeter, for acquiring in mortmain from Robert 
de Knyghteton, 40s. of rent, issuing from all his lands in Knyghte- 
ton Fenne and Bisshopes Morchard to celebrate an obit of the said bishop 
in the said church yearly according to the ordinance of the same bishop. 
[Bishop Stapeldon's Eefjister, p, 876.] By fine of i mark. 

Pardon, upon fine made by the dean and chapter of the church of St. 
Peter, Exeter, for acquiring from the master and brethren of the house of 
St. Thomas Aeon, London, 6s. 8iL of rent in Exeter, issuing out of two 
shops there, sometime of Geoffrey Thithte, m exchange for 6«. Sd. of rent 
in the parish of St. Botulph without Aldresgate in the suburb of London, 
which W. bishop of Exeter bought at his own cost from William de 
Hedersete, and procured it for the said master and brethren to hold to them 
and their successors. [Bishop Stapeldon's Refjister, p, 876.] 

By fine of i mark. 

Inspeximus and confirmation of letters patent of Walter, bishop of Exeter, 
dated 2 March 1821-2, viz. the ordinance for an obit to be said for him 
after his decease. [Bishop Stapeldon's Register, pp. 874-876.] 

Grant to W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, for so long as he holds the 
office of treasurer, of the manor of Whitegift and that part of the moor of 
Inclesmore, which Joan late wife of Henry de Lacy, sometime earl of 
Lincoln, held for life, in aid of his maintenance as treasurer, to hold quit of 
rent. By p.s. 

Presentation of William de Dalton to the church of Bulwell in the 
diocese of York. 

The like of Richard de Feriby to the church of Wylmersle in the diocese 
of York in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Thomas, late earl of 
Lancaster, being in his hands. By p.s. 

Writ of aid for John de Sancto Johanne appointed to arrest Robert 
Lewer, as it appears that the said Robert and his accomplices had attempted 
to seize the castle of Odiham and had entered the king's manor of Ichehull 
and carried away the king's goods. [Pari. Writs.'] By K. 

Signification to the bishop of Lincoln of the royal assent to the election 
of William de Grasseby, a canon of Thornton, to be abbot of that house. 

ByK. 

Safe-conduct until Easter for Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of 
Middlesex, going on the king's affairs to divers parts of the realm. 

G. cardinal deacon of St. Lucy in Silice is not to be molested by reason 
of any voidance of the bishoprics of Lincoln and Chichester in his arch- 
deaconry of Oxford, or his procentorship and prebend in the church of 
Chichester. [Ficdera.] By K. 

Protection with clause noliimus for two years for the dean and chapter of 
St. Paul's, London, in their manors of Waleton, Kirkeby, Thorp, Brighlin- 
gesseye, Beauchamp, Canouns Wykham, Hebregg, Tillyngham, Bareling, 
Westlee, Ronewell, Northon, Navestok, Chingelford, Pelham Fomeux, 
Pelham Arsa, Aldebery, Sandone, Erdeleye, Cadyndon, Drayton, Sutton, 
Bernes, W^illesdon, St. Pancras, Hamersmyth, Yeveneye, Sonnebury and 
Boyton and in the prebends of Fynesbery, Chaumberleyne Wode, Holeboume, 
Herleston, Pourtepol, the Moor without London, Kentishton, Twyford, 
Mapesbery, Oxegate, Snetyng, Wallokkisbeme, Brendeswode, Rugmere, 



222 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Dec. 8. 
Haddlesey. 



Dec. 10. 

Haddlesey. 

Dec. 2. 
York. 



Membrane 14 — cont, 

Eldestre, Totenhale, Cadyndon Minor, Cadyndon Major, St. Pancras, 
Reculverslond, Hoxtone, Eldelond, Iseldone, Willesdone Grene, Waleton, 
Bronnesbury, Nesdone, Neuton Canonicorum, and Chesewyk. 

Licence for the abbot and convent of Burton upon Trent to appropriate 
in mortmain the church of Aldelvestre in the diocese of Coventry and 
Lichfield, which is of their own advowson. By p.s. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Balscote, king's clerk, to be 
chamberlain of Dublin, in the room of Master John Balle, late chamberlain 
of the Exchequer, Dublin, with the customary fee. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the said Exchequer. 

Master Pancius de Controne, staying in England, has letters nominating 
John de Balscote his attorney in Ireland for one year. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Thomas Larcher, prior 
of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England. 



Dec. 8. 
Haddlesey. 



Membrane 18 — Schedule, 

Appointment of Edmund de Kendale, keeper of the peace in the county 
of Southampton, to arrest Robert Lewer and his adherents. [Pari. WHts.] 

By p.s. 



Dec. 1. 
York. 



Nov. 6. 
York. 



Dec. 4. 

York. 



Dec. 8. 
York. 



MEMBRANE 13. 

Commission to Thomas Wake to array all men between sixteen and sixty 
in Holdernesse and the Estrithing, co. York. French. [Pari. Writs,] 

The like to the following : — 

William le Latymer, in the Northrithing, the parts of Richemundshire 

excepted. 
John de Wysham and John de Rithre in the Westrithing, the parts 

of Donecastre and the wapentake of Strafiford excepted. 
John de Crumwell and William de Aune in the parts of Donecastre 

and the wapentake of Straford, co. York. 
John Marmion and Thomas de Colevill in Richemunshire in the said 

county. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

The form of the array. French. [Pari. Writs.] 

Mandate to Richard Wroth, constable of the castle of Eerynkenen and 
keeper of the land of Iskenny in Wales, late of John Gyflfard, a rebel, to 
deliver the said castle and land to Hugh le Dospenser, the younger, to whom 
the king has granted the same in fee simple. By K. 

The like to William de Bello Campo, constable of the same castle and 
land. 

Writ de ivtendendo to sheriffs and bailiffs for W. bishop of Exeter, the 
treasurer, appointed to survey all castles, manors, towns and lands through- 
out the realm for the king's benefit, and the victuals, stock and goods 
therein, and to remedy defects therein. 

Writ of aid for John de Foxcote and Hubert de la Chaumbre appointed to 
arrest Robert Lewicr, a rebel, who is at large with an armed force of horse 
and foot in the forests of Cors and Malvern. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 



IG EDWARD II.^Part 1. 



228 



1322. 
Dec. 8. 

York. 



Dec. 4. 

York. 



Dec. 4. 
York. 



Dec. 10. 

Haddlesey. 



Dec. 8. 

York. 



Dec. 6. 

York. 



Dec. 8. 

York. 



Dec. 12. 

Haddlesey, 



Nov. 24. 
York. 



Membrane 18 — cojit. 

Ratification of a grant for life made by Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pem- 
broke, king's kinsman, to Thomas West, his yeoman, of the manor of 
Sharncbrok, co. Bedford, late of Bertin Bacoun, a rebel, and which the 
earl, after the rebellion of the said Bertin, seized by reason of his manor of 
Hegham Ferrers, which he holds of the king's gift according to a certain 
form. {Per certam formam talliatam ,) By p.s. 

Licence for John do Sutton to grant two parts of the manor of Sutton 
upon Asshefeld, co. Nottingham, held in chief, to John Bon of John de 
Sutton and Amice his wife, and the heirs of the said John son of John ; 
and the reversion of the third part thereof, which Ralph de Reresby and 
Isabella his wife hold in dower of the said Isabella of the inheritance of the 
said John de Sutton, after the death of the said Isabella. By fine of 40«. 

Safe-conduct for one year for John de Bentele and Master Stephen le 
Ferour, king's Serjeants, whom the king is sending with certain destriers 
and other horses to the parts of Tutebirs and elsewhere within the realm to 
stay there. By K. 

Presentation of William de MalmeshuU to the church of Vaynor, in the 
diocese of St. Davids, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Roger de 
Mortuo Mari of Chirk being in his hands. By p.s. 

Safe-conduct for one year for John de Kelm of Neuwerk, going south 
with his men to buy corn, victuals and other goods to bring the same to 
Neuwerk and from thence in his ship to York, he having found security in 
the Chancery not to take the same elsewhere than to York, and not to 
communicate with the Scots or the Flemings. 

Writ of aid, until 7 July, for William Coterell, charged by the steward 
of the Household and the keeper of the Wardrobe to make purveyances of 
hay, oats and other necessaries for the office of the Marshalsea. 

By bill of the Exchequer. 

The like for Richard de Northden and Richard Fristlyng of oats for the 
office of the Marshalsea. 

The like for Gautron de Breteign for the office of lodging the king's 
horses. 

Pardon to Nicholas de Tordham for acquiring in fee without licence a 
messuage and a carucate of land in Lifton from Joel do Bukynton, who held 
the same in chief. By fine of J mark. 

The like to John de Malo Lacu for acquiring in fee from Peter de Malo 
Lacu, the elder, without licence, the castle and manor of Mulgreve, the 
manor of Brideshale, 5 mills in Donecastre 'vvith the fishery in the river 
there, and the stank of the mill of Rosington with the fishery of the water 
there, which are held in chief ; with restitution to him of the same, and 
licence for the said John to re-grant them in fee to the said Peter. 

By fine of 100 marks. 

Writ of aid for Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, appointed to arrest 
Robert Lower and his accomplices, rebels, who are at large with an armed 
force of horse and foot in divers ports of the realm. [Pari, Writs,] 

By K. on the information of the Richard de Ayremynne. 



224 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 
Dec. 2. 

York. 



MEMBRANE 12. 



Writ of aid for Henry de Sarden and Stephen de Delham, and a clerk to 
be selected by them, appointed assessors and collectors in the county of 
Kent of the tenth and sixth lately granted at York. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like for the following : — 



Richard de Hywysh 
John de Tynten 

William de Ferers 
John de Doddescombe 

Walter de Huggeford 
John de Aldenham 

Thomas de Pype, knight 
Philip de Lutteleye 

Nicholas de Cheygny, knight 
Walter de Ramesey 

Walter Baril 
Henry Friday 

Thomas le Botyller 
Robert de Aston 

Nicholas Russell of Stringesham 
Richard de Hauekeslowe 

Ralph de Shirle 
William de Sutton 

Ralph Beler 
Robert Burdet 

John de Tyohebum, knight 
John de Roche 

Walter de Risum 
John de Bradle 

John Travers 
Thurstan de Northleche 

John de Wyluby, knight 
John de Lungevill, knight 

John Basset 
William de Aylesbury 

John de Barewe 
William de Staundon 

Richard de Whatton 
John Byk 

Hugh de Meygnill, knight 
Robert Touk, knight 

William Dysyng 
John de Yerdeburgh 

Simon de Lunderthorp 
John de Parys 



CO. Cornwall. 

CO. Devon. 

CO. Salop. 

CO. Stafford. 

CO. Somerset. 

CO. Dorset. 

CO. Gloucester. 

CO. Worcester. 

CO. Warwick. 

CO. Leicester. 

CO. Southampton. 

CO. Wilts. 

CO. Lancaster. 

CO. Northampton. 

CO. Rutland. 

CO. Hereford. 

CO. Nottingham. 

CO. Derby. 

in Lindesey, co. Lincoln. 

in Kesteven, co. Lincoln. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



226 



1322. 



Meinhrane 12 — c(/nt. 



Bichard de Holebech 
Nicholas de Leek 



John de Barton of Friton 
Robert de Burton of Hull 

Ralph de Normanvill, knight 
Robert de Eggesclive 

William Clarel 
Walter de Harum 

Robert le Rotiller 
John Laurence 

Richard do Wyndesore, knight 
Richard de Bero, knight 

Edmund de Hemgrave, knight 
John de Welnetham 

John de Arsyk 
Henry de Walpol 
William de Crungelthorp 
William March 

John do Crek, knight 
William le Bustlere 

John Waldeshef of Dodington 
Andrew le Moigne 

Thomas Gobyon, knight 
John de Lyston, knight 

John de Mereden 
Payn de Portes 

Robert de Haselshawe, provost of 

WeUs 
Roger do Swynnerton, constable of 

the Tower of London 
John de Ditton, canon of St. Paurs, 

London 

Walter Crepyn 
John de Bloxham 

John Prudhommo 
Reginald de Pyrelegh 

John atte See 
Stephen Power 

Roger de Tiryngham 
John de Burgli 

Philip de Aylesbury, knight 
John de Morteyn 



i in Holand, co. Lincoln. 
I in the Estrithing, co. York. 
I in the Northtrithyng, co. York. 
\ in the Westrithing, co. York. 
> CO. Oxford. 
[ CO. Berks. 
[ CO. Suffolk. 



CO. Norfolk. 



> CO. Cambridge. 
t CO. Huntingdon. 
\ CO. Essex, 
i CO. Hertford. 



in London. 



i CO. Middlesex. 
J- CO. Surrey. 
> CO. Sussex. 
[ CO. ] Buckingham. 
[ CO. Bedford. 



Afterwards, on 80l)ecember following, Nicholas do Famdon was associated 
with the above commissions in London. By letter of the Treasurer. 

^0G2 p 



226 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Doc. 30. 

York. 



Dec. 1. 

York. 



Dec. 4. 

York. 



Membrane 12 — conU 

Afterwards, on 5 April following, the king being at Westminster, Master 
Robert de Hathelshawe, provost of Wells, Nicholas de Farnedon, mayor of 
the city of London, Richard de Ellesfeld, dean of the church of St. Martin 
le Grand, London, and John Devery with a clerk were appointed to assess 
and collect the said sixth in the city of London. {Pari, Writs,'] 

Mandate to Henry de Sarden and Stephen de Delham transmitting the 
commission of the 2nd December and commanding them to surrender 
another commisssion which contained no mention of the assessment of a 
sixth in the ancient demesnes of the crown. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

The like to all the other commissioners. [Pari. Writs,] 

Mandate to the above commissioners in Norfolk for two of them, with a 
clerk, to deal with one part of the county and the other two, with a clerk, to 
deal with the other part, for the expedition of the business. [Pari, Writs,] 

Writ of aid for the above commissioners directed to the bailiffs 
respectively. [Pari, Wnts,] 

Form of the assessment of the tenth and sixth respectively. The goods 
of the clergy issuing from the temporalities annexed to their churches are 
not to be taxed until the king shall ordain otherwise. French, [Pari, 
Writs,] 



Dec. 10. 
Hoddlesey. 



MEMBRANE 11. 

Mandate to Thomas Wake, in pursuance of the commission of array 
directed to him 1 December, to muster the levies he has made in Holdemesse 
and the Estrithing at York, by the Purification, to proceed against the 
Scots. [Pari. Wnts,] By K. 

The like to the following : — 
William le Latymer 



John de Wysham 
John de Rithre 

John de Crumwell 
William de Aune 

John Marmyon 
Thomas de Colevill 

John Pecche 
John de Hardeshull 

Henry de Bello Monte 
William de Kyme 

John de Segrave 
Robert de Mauley 

Ralph Basset 

Stephen de Segrave 
Ralph de Grendon 



) 




Northtrithynge, co. York, Riohe- 
munshire excepted. 

Westrithing, co. York, the parts 
of Donecastre and wapentake 
of Strafford excepted. 

parts of Donecastre and wapen- 
take of Strafford, co. York. 

parts of Richemunshire, co. 
York. 

CO. Warwick. 



CO. Lincoln. 

COS. Nottingham and Derby, 
the Peak excepted. 

CO. Stafford. 

CO. Leicester. 

[Pari. Writs.] 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 1. 227 



1322. 



Memh rane 11 — co n t . 

The like to the following to have their levies at Lancaster on the fifth 
day after the Purification : — 

Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, co. Lancaster. 
"Walter Waldeshef, in the High Peak, co. Derby. 
Oliver de Ingham, co. Chester. [Pari, Writs,] 

Mandate to the under-mentioned to array the men of their counties so as 
to be ready to join the king on three days' warning. 

Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, cos. Cumberland and Westmore- 
land. 
David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, co. Northumberland. 
Ralph de Nevill, in the bishopric of Durham. [Pari, Writt,] 

Mandate to Walter de Paveley and the sheriff of Wilts reciting the 
commission of 81 Oct. to muster at York by the Purification the levies he 
has made in the county of Wilts. [Pari, Writs.] By K. 

The like to the commissioners in the other counties before mentioned 
with the addition of the name of John de Harecourt for the county of Oxford. 
[Pari, Writs,] 

Dec. 28. Mandate directed to sheriffs and other bailiffs for Queen Isabella, who is 

York. going on pilgrimage to divers places within the realm, to provide upon 

request carriage for her goods and harness and necessaries for her household 

at her cost, until Michaelmas. [Fasdera,] By K. 

Dec. 28. Safe-conduct until Easter for the men whom Henry, lord of Sully, a 

York. prisoner of the Scots, is sending into the realm on his affairs, viz. to the 
number of eighteen whom he has nominated bv his letters. [Fadera.] 

By K. 

Dec. 28. Pardon». at the request of John, bishop of Norwich, to Richard Lew, of 

York. 888Z. 0^. llf</., his share of a sum of 6G6/. 28}//., wherein Thomas Rente 

and he were convicted by the barons of the Exchequer of concealment for 

the time that they were jointly collectors of the custom of wools, hides and 

wool-fells in the town of Ipswich. By p.s. 

Dec. 29. Mandate to the justiciary of Ireland to restore the temporalities of the 

York. bishopric of Clonfert to John, the bishop elect, preferred to be bishop 
thereof by Pope [John], the said bishop elect having renounced all words 
in the Papal letters to the prejudice of the king, and acknowledged that he 
is willing to receive the temporalities of the king's livery ; the king also 
having accepted fealty from him. By K. 

Writ de intendemlo directed to the tenants of the bishopric. 

Dec. 29. Pardon, at the request of Thomas le Archer, prior of the hospital of St. 

York. John of Jerusalem in England, to Thomas le Archer of Taneworth for his 

adherence to the rebels. liy p.s. 

MEMBRANE 10. 

Dec. 10. Confirmation of a grant in fee simple, which John, the dean of the 

Haddlesey. church {sic) of St. Peter, Wolvernehampton, which is a king's free chapel, 
and the chapter thereof, made to John de Hampton, of a messuage and a plot 
of land, meadow, wood, pasture and heath, which they held in Wodnesfeld 
and which were part of their waste of Prestwodo, lying between la Blakeleye 
and the wood of John de Prestwode by the road leading from Wodnesfeld to 
Lychefold, as the same are inclosed with a dyke ; subject to a rent of 18«. ^d, 
a yi ar. l^y line of 10^. 



228 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Dec. 15. 

Haddlesey. 



Dec. 10. 

Haddlesey, 



Dec. 80. 
York. 

Dec. 3. 
York. 



Dec. 12. 

Haddlesey. 



Dec. 16. 
Haddlesey. 



Dec. 20. 
Haddlesey. 



Dec. 24. 

York. 



Dec. 16. 

Haddlesey. 



Membra tw 10 — co7iL 

Protection with clause voUnmiSy until Midsummer, for John de Britannia, 
earl of Richemund, who is detained a prisoner by the Scots. 

Presentation of Richard de Ripon to the church of St. John the Baptist, 
Ivelcestre, in the diocese of Bath and Wells. 

Signification to W. archbishop of York of the revocation for certain 
causes of the presentation of Richard de Feriby, king's clerk, to the church 
of Wylmersleyo in the diocese of York. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumiu, for one year, for Robert de Ponte, going 
with a ship to the southern parts of the realm to buy corn, victuals and 
other goods to be conveyed to and sold at York, Newcfl,stle upon Tyne and 
other parts of the North, he having found security in the Chancery not to 
take the same elsewhere, or to communicate with the Scots, or Flemings. 

Pardon to Hugh de Mortuo Mari, knight, for being a rebel and for his 
adherence to the rebels. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Norwich by Simon le Barber of Great Yarmouth of a messuage in Great 
Yarmouth, of the value of Gd, a year as appears by inquisition taken by 
Master John Wale way n, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, to hold in 
part satisfaction of a licence to acquire lands and rents to the value of 20/. 
a year. 

Pardon to John de Eirkobride and Maud his wife for acquiring without 
licence for their lives the manor of Grove, held in chief as of the honor of 
Tykhull, as appears by inquisition taken by Thomas de Burgh, king's clerk, 
escheator od this side Trent, from Eustace de Morteyn, subject to rendering 
81. a year to him for their lives ; with restitution of the same. 

By fine of 1 mark. 

Protection with clause iwliunus for one year for Henry do Derby, parson 
of the church of Burton Pidse. 

The like for the under-mentioned, viz. — 

William de Brunneby, parson of the church of St. Peter, Torkesey. 
John Eeyser, a native and merchant of the town of Newerk. 
Robert Lovet, parson of the church of Asshewell. 

William de Thorntoft. 

John de Weston. 

Hugh de Louesford. 

William de Bevercote, parson of St. Peter's, Norhampton. 

The same William, prebendary of Rampton in the church of St. Mary, 

Suwell. 
Olive, late the wife of Robert Morian of Gresseby. 

The archbishop of Rouen and the dean and chapter of St. Mary's, 
Rouen. 

Nicholas de Sanoto Marco. 

Elizabeth, late the wife of John de Burgo, has letters nominating John 
de Balscote and Robert de Enaresburgh her attorneys in Lreland for two 
years. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



229 



1322. 
Dec. 10. 

Haddlosey. 

Dec. 19. 
Haddlescy. 



Dec. 17. 
Haddlesey. 



Dec. 20. 

Iladfllescy. 

Dec. 20. 
Haddlesey. 



Dec. 23. 

York. 



Dec. 26. 

York. 



Dec. 28. 

Y'ork. 



Membrane 10 — cnnU 

Licence for the prior and convent of Markeby to appropriate in mortmain 
the church of Mumby, in the diocese of Lincoln, which is of their own 
advowson. By fine of 20 marks. 

Writ of aid directed to the justiciary and treasurer of Ireland for the 
servants whom Edward, earl of Chester, the king's son, is sending to Ireland 
to purvey corn and other dead stock and to convey the same to Wales and the 
county of Chester for the munition of his castles there. By K. 

Grant for life for Geoffrey de Mildeuhale, king's yeoman, marshal of the 
king's hall, of the lands in Whatton, co. Leicester, late of Willium de 
Bredon, a rebel, and which as an escheat have come into the king's hands. 

By p.s. 

Protection with clause roliimu,% until Whitsuntide, for R. bishop of 
Winchester, staying beyond the seas on the king's service. By K. 

Signification to J. bishop of Bath and Wells of the royal assent to the 
election of Walter de Tanton, prior of Glastonbury, to be abbot of that 
house. By p.s. 

Writ de intendemlo for Adam le Keu, appointe<l by Stephen de Abyndon, 
king's Serjeant and butler, to be his deputy during his pleasure in the ports 
of the county of Devon. 

Writ of aid, until Michaelmas, for John de Bury, serjeant of Queen 
Isabella, charged by the steward of her household and the keeper of her 
wardrobe to provide lodging for her company and horses. By K. 

The like for the following : — 

Master John de la March, for the sausery. 
John Cosyn, for the poultry. 
Robert de Deuhurst, for the marshalsea. 
Simon Constantyn, for the pantry and buttery. 
Robert Typetoft, for the marshalsea. 
William de Kenyngton, for the marshalsea. 
John Draper, for the poultry. 
Adam du Chastiel, for the sausery. 
Ralph de Wendovre, for the great kitchen. 
Roger Pate, for the office of baker. 
John de Wyseberwe, for the great kitchen. 
William de Brudeport, for the hall and chamber. 
Hugh de Lyncestre, for the scullery. 
John Curtois, for the scullery. 
John Russel, for the hall and chamber. 
John de Astwyk, for lodging the company and horses. 
Robert le Parker, porter (Janitor) of the queen, for making purveyance of 
carriage and harness. 

Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for William de Boudon, clerk, going 
on pilgrimage to Santiago to fulfil a vow made by Queen Isabella. By p.s. 
Safe-conduct for him going as above. 

Pardon to Giles de Wathesham for acquiring without licence for life 
from Walter, late bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the manors of Fulbrok 
and Westhall, held in chief as of the honor of St. Valeir, and the manor of 
Upledecumbe, held in chief as the honor of Walyngford, as appears by 
inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond 
Trent ; with restitution of the same ; licence also for the said Giles to grant 



280 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1 Qoo Membrane 10 — emit. 

the manors of Fulbrok and Westhall for his said hfe to Hugh le Despenser, 
oarl of Winchester, in exchange for the manor of Bernewell, co. Northamp- 
ton, and for lOL of rent issuing out of the manor of Kerreseye co. Suffolk, 
both which manors are held in chief. By K. 

Dec. 28. Protection with clause nolumm for one year for Thomas de Brayboef. 

York. 

The like for the following, viz. — 

Hugh de Fen ton of * Burton in the Clay.* 

Isabel de Sutton. 

Richard de Hoton, vicar of the church of Westmarkham. 

Robert de Nevill, parson of the church of Faldyngworth. 

Adam de Brom. 

John de Langeton, clerk. 

Ranulph de Charrum. 

Richard de Clif, parson of the church of S'uthwarneburne. 

John de Herdwarstok, parson of the church of Stirston. 

William de Clif\ 

J6hn de Thorp. 

Master John de Blebury, intendant upon the king's service. 

James de Moun, parson of the church of Brumpton. 

Philip de la Lee, chaplain, and William le Archer. 

Richard de Longedon, parson of the church of Staunton. 

Margaret de Moeles. 

William Inge, archdeacon of Surrey. 

Eleanor de Courtenaye. 

William Bareyl of Grymesby. 

William de Baiocis, parson of the church of Burton by Lincoln. 

Dec. 22. The dean and chapter of the church of St. Mary, Rouen. 

York. 

Dec. 28. Mandate to John de Lortie and John de Say to deliver the castle of 

York. Bruggewater with its armour and victuals by indenture to John de Bello 

Campo of Somerseto, to whom on the 1st December last the king granted 

during pleasure the custody of the said castle, then in his hands, so that 

he answer for its issues at the Exchequer. By K. 



MEMBRANE 9. 

Dec. 80. Appointment during pleasure of John lo Forester to the bailiwick of the 

York. forestership of the chacos and parks of Tuttobury, with the usual wages. 

ByK. 
Mandate in pursuance to Roger de Beler, keeper of the castle of Tutte- 
bury, to cause him to have the said custody. 

The like to \Villiam Davy, the king's receiver of Tuttebury, to pay the 
said John his wages out of the issues of his bailiwick. 

Dec. 80. Appointment during pleasure of John de Rythre, king's yeoman, to bo 

York. ' viewer and chief keeper of vert and venison in the parks and chaces on 
this side Trent, late of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, and other rebels, which 
by forfeiture have come into the king's hands. 

1 >y p.s., and afterwards by K. on the information of R. de Ayremynne. 

Deo. 80. Pardon, at the request of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, to William 

York. de Yapinton for the death of Thomas Mepep. 



16 EDWARD n.— Part 1. 



281 



1322. 



Dec. 80. 

York. 



1323. 

Jan. 1. 
Haddlesey. 

1322. 

Dec. 80. 

Tork. 

1323. 

Jan. 8. 
Cowick. 



Membrane 9 — cont. 

Grant to Anthony de Lucy — to hold until he shall be fully satisfied in 
the sum of 818Z. 8J</. in which the king is bound to him, viz., in 25Z. for 
replacing the horses which died in the king's service at Carlisle in the months 
of July and August, 9 Edward II, and in 288^. Sid. for the wages of 
himself and of the men at arms, hobelers, crossbowmen and footmen 
staying with him in the munition of the castle and town of Carlisle 
between 4 August and 8 April in the year 12 Edward II, at which 
time the said Anthony was keeper of the said castle and town, as appears 
in two bills of the Wardrobe, one under the seals of Robert de Wodehous 
and Richard de Feryby, king's clerks, lately supplying the place of 
William de Melton, archbishop of York, then keeper of the Wardrobe, for 
the said sum of 251, , and the other under the seal of Roger de Northburgh, 
bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, afterwards keeper of the said Wardrobe 
for the latter sum, which the said Anthony delivered into the Chancery, 
— of the custody of the town of Great Salkyld, co. Cumberland, the farm 
of the manor of Ulvedale, co. Cumberland, and 402. a year to be received 
by the hands of Thomas de Wake out of the 90/. a year which the said 
Thomas renders at the Exchequer for the manors of Ekynton and Eyrkeby, 
held by him of the king's grant. By p.s. 

Appointment of Master Philip le Con vers, treasurer of Reyns, Sir John 
de Castre, knight, seneschal of Ponthieu, Sir John de Launge, knight, Sir 
Thomas de Lundres, receiver of Ponthieu, and Nicholas de Gayton, clerk, 
to be the king's attorneys in his place and name in his county of Ponthieu 
and Monstroil with full power and authority to bound, limit and define for 
the king and in his name throughout the said county of Ponthieu and 
Monstroil in fiefs and arriere-fiefs of the same to be on his side in the 
bounding, limiting and defining which is to be done by the people of the 
court of France between the fiefs and arnerc-jlefs of the king's said county 
and the fiefs and arrihe-fiefs of other lords, whoever they may be, which 
march with the fiefs and arriere-Jiefs of the king's said county, to treat 
and make agreements with all manner of religious and other persons against 
whom the king has pleas on account of his said county, to produce witnesses 
and bounders and to take thom around in the above-mentioned cases, to contro- 
vert the witnesses and bounders of the other side, to approve or dispute as 
they may think proper the bounds and limitations, to set and replace good posts 
and boundaries, to act for the king as above in all places,to depute other person 
or persons in their places to act in the king's name when necessary, which 
said persons are to have the same powers as the king has granted to his 
said attorneys, and generally to act as if the king himself were present, and 
whatever the above-mentioned persons, or their deputies, may do in the 
above matters the king will confirm and establish, and further he binds him- 
self to do so by everything he has in the said county of Ponthieu. French. 

ByK. 

Presentation of Richard de Suththorp to the church of Wilden in the 
diocese of Lincoln. 

Safe-conduct, until Whit Sunday, for Master Gilbert de Yarewell, king's 
clerk, going beyond the seas on the king's business. 

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for the men whom Richard 
de Emeldon, mayor of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne, is sending to 
divers parts of the realm to buy corn and other victuals and convey the 
same to that town for the maintenance of himself and his men with him 



232 



CALENDAR OF PATENT UOLLS. 



1323. 



Jan. 10. 
Cowiok. 



Membrane 9 — cont, 

in the munition thereof, he having found security in the chancery not to 
take the same elsewhere and not to communicate with the Scots or 
Flemings. 

Protection with clause volumus until Easter for John de Neuby, staying 
on the king's service in the munition of the castle of Alnewyk. By K. 



Jan. 14. 
Cowick. 



Jan. 10. 

Cowick. 



Jan. 8. 
Haddlcsey. 



Jan. 8. 

Iladdlescy. 



Jan. 22. 
Stow Park 



The like for the following staying on the king's service in the said 
castle * 

Walter do Crek. By K. 

William de Malton. By K, 

The like for the following staying in the parts of Carlisle on the king's 
service, viz. — 

Anthony de Luscy. By p.s. 

Robert de Welle. By p.s. 

Mandate to all sheriffs and bailiffs to arrest James de Redyng, servant of 
the king's merchants, Bonus Philippi and his fellows, merchants of the 
society of the Bardi of Florence, who of the king's assignment have received 
money out of the customs in certain places of the realm for the 
king's affairs, sent by them to Dover to receive 251. assigned to them 
out of the said customs and to take the same to Whitsand for transacting the 
king's business ; the said James having received the money neglected the 
business and has since wandered about the realm from place (patria) to 
place spending the said money ; the said arrest is to be made, at the suit 
of any one of the said merchants or their deputies, and when made the 
king is to be certified thereof. By K. 

Appointment, oSter recital that the king has been informed that divers 
persons in the counties of Worcester, Gloucester, Wilts and Southampton 
have been maliciously indicted for adherence to Robert Lewer, a rebel, now 
deceased, for which they have been imprisoned, and their lands and goods 
seized into the king's hands, and some of their goods taken and carried 
away by certain of his ministers and further that the persons so accused are 
ready to stand their trial, of Master John de Blebury and Thomas de 
Evesham, king's clerks, to release such persons from prison upon sufficient 
security to answer to the king as well for their debts and goods so taken 
into his hands and the issues of the said lands, if such ought to pertain to 
him, as for their adherence aforesaid, to restore lands so taken into his 
hands, and to enquire what goods of such persons have been taken and 
carried away by his ministers or others, and to certify him thereof. They 
are not to intermeddle with any persons who were personally present with 
the said Robert in the commission of his crimes and on that account have 
been taken and detained : and sheriffs, constables, and bailiffs are at the 
mandate of the king's said clerks to cause all persons so indicted and 
detained in prison in their custody to come before the said clerks; and 
their lands and goods to be restored to them. By K. 

Protection with clause rogamus for one year for the master and brethren 
of the hospital of God's House of Dunwich, who have fallen into debt, their 
lands and possessions. 

Eleanor, late the wife of Thomas de Multon of Egremound, staying in 
England, has letters nominating Henry de Lucy and John de Egremound 
her attorneys in Ireland for two years. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 288 



1323. 



Membrane 9 — cmfU. 



Jan. 18. Simple protection, without clause, for one year, for Robert de Thorp, 

Stow Park, going to the Court of Rome. By p.s. 

Jan. 17. Protection with clause noliwuiSy for one year, for John de Greneford, 

Stow Park, parson of the church of Hadelcgh. 

The like for the undermentioned, viz. — 
William de Holyns, clerk. 
A[l]an, vicar of the church of Burnham. 
Edmund de Grymesby, parson of the church of Estirkelo. 



j^322 MEMBRANE 8 

Dec. 80. Prohibition against holding a tournament at Neuport, co. Stafford (aw), 

York. and appointment of Henry de Thrapston, clerk, and Bortrand de la More, 

king^s Serjeant at arms, to attach all persons offending, and to seize their 

horses and harness. [Ftrdera; Pari. JVrits,] By K. 

Dec. 80. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 

York. Henton by John de Sobbury and Roger de Cumpton of 6 acres of 
pasture, 12 acres of wood and 12d. of rent in Henton, to find a chaplain 
to celebrate divine service daily in the church of the priory for the souls of 
the grantors, their ancestors and all the faithful departed ; also for the said 
John and Roger to grant their reversion in 15 acres of land, 1 acre of 
meadow and 7 acres of pasture there, which John de Ifford and Cicely his 
wife, William son of the said John, and Margery sister of the same William, 
hold for their lives of the inheritance of the said grantors to hold for the 
same purpose. By fine of 20«. 

Dec. 30. Grant to Robert de Hausted of the custody of the lands late of John 

York. Trym, tenant in chief, to hold, during the minority of John his son and 
heir, with knij^hts' fees, advowsons of churches and other things belonging to 
the said custody, together with the marriage of the said heir ; and in case of 
the death of the heir before he shall be of full age and shall be married by 
the said Robert, his heir being a minor, then the said Robert shall have 
the custody of the said lands and the marriage of the heir, and so from 
heir to heir successively. By p.s. 

1323. 

Jan. 4. Presentation of Master John de Aslakby to the church of Cotes in the 

York. diocese of Ely, void by the resignation of William de Aslakeby, the last 
rector, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of 
John Dengayn, tenant in chief. 

1322. ^ ^ 

Dec. 27. The like of Robert de Kybbeworth to the church of Laghton in the 

York. diocese of Lincoln. 

1323. 

Jan. 2. Appointment during pleasure of John de Lillebum to the keeping of the 

Cowick. corpus of the castle of Dunstanburgh. By p.s. 

Mandate to Roger Mauduyt to permit him to hold the said corpu$ and 
not intermeddle further with the custody thereof. 

1322. 

Dec. 80. Protection until Michaelmas for Benedict de Grymeston and others sent 

York. by the mayor and commonalty of the city of York with four carts to carry 
stone from the quarry of Thcnasdale to the water of Tadecastie to repair the 
walls of the city. 



284 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 

Jan. 6. 
Cowick. 



Jan. 8. 
Cowick. 



Jan. 8. 
Cowick. 



Jan. 16. 
Cowick. 



Jan. 17. 
Stow Park. 



Jan. 18. 
Stow Park. 



Jan. 19. 
Stow Park 



Membrane 8 — cont. 

Writ deintendendo directed to the barons of the port of Dover for William 
Wolf, whom Edmund de Wodestok, the king's brother, to whom the king 
has granted during pleasure the custody of the said port, has appointed his 
deputy in that bailiwick. 

Pardon to Richard son of Henry the miller (nwlewUnar) of Roderham 
for the death of William son of Margery de Roderham, and of any 
consequent outlawry. By p.s. 

The like to Roger de Hay ton juxta Lodelowe for the death of Stephen 
de la Mare and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s. 

Mandate to the earls, barons and others of the counties of Cumberland, 
Westmoreland and Northumberland and other places in the Marches of 
Scotland to hold no treaty of truce with the Scots until the king has been 
consulted, as that would be to his dishonour ; mandate also to Andrew de 
Harcla, earl of Carlisle, to inform the king without delay of the terms of 
the said truce, upon receipt of which information he will not delay to 
ordain what is to be done for his honour and advantage. [Firdera,'] By K. 

Memorarulum : The writ to the said earl concerning this is enrolled on the 
dorse of the Close roll under the same date. [Firdera,] 

Mandate for two years to all sheriffs and bailiffs, on complaint by the 
master and brethren of the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr of the Danes 
(Dacorum) in the city of London, to arrest persons pretending to be proctors 
of that hospital collecting alms, who have no letters testimonial of the 
hospital. 

Writ of aid directed to all persons of the counties of Oxford, Berks, 
Wilts and Buckingham and elsewhere for Richard Damery, steward of the 
Household, appointed to besiege the castle of Walyngford and to arrest all 
rebels who have entered therein. [Farl, Writs,] By p.s. 

The like to the sheriff of Oxford and Berks. 

The like to the above- written sheriffs separately. [Farl, Writs.] 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
St. Mary's, York, of divers parcels of laud, messuages and rents, by Roger 
son of Ralph * of the Halle ' of Gereford of 1 messuage, 1 toft, 80 acres of 
land, 8i acres of wood, 6s. 6^/. of rent, a rent of a clove gilly-flower, a needle 
{actis) and a rose in Gereford, by Nicholas de Miton, chaplain, of a toft and 
h^ acres of land in Miton, by John Rabot of 3 messuages and 6 acres of 
land m Bouthum and Miton, by Master Roger de Gillyng, vicar of the church 
of Bryniston, of 2 messuages and 18 acres of land in Routheclyf by York, 
which are of their own fee, and are worth, beyond the said rent, 46s. a 
year as appears by inquisitions taken thereof, to hold in part satisfaction 
of a licence, dated 12 March 2 Edward II to acquire lands to the value 
of 186/. lOs. lOrf., being the residue of a licence to acquire lands to the 
value of 200^. a year granted to them, upon their petition, by Edward I in 
the Parliament at Lincoln. 

Appointment during pleasure of William le Latimer, to be keeper of the 
city of York, provided he retains with him 20 men at arms at the king's 
wages, for the better keeping of the said city ; power also for him to punish 
those whom he shall find disobedient in what concerns the said custody of 
the city. By p.s. 

Writ of aid for him to the mayor, bailiffs and whole commonalty of the 
said city. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



285 



1323. 

Jan. 8. 
Iladdlesej. 



Jan. 10. 
Stow Park. 



Jan. 19. 
Stow Park. 



Jan. 18. 
Stow Park. 



MEMBRANE 7. 

Mandate to Thomas Wake, after recital of the mandate of 10 December 

[p. 226] to hasten the array of the levies in Holderncsse and the Estrith- 

ing ; the musters are to be at York by the Purification. [Pari. Writs,'\ By K. 

The like to all the commissioners before mentioned [pp. 226-227] , with 

the following note, viz. — By K. 

Afterwards, on 16 January next, John de Morteyn was appointed to 

assess and levy the tenth and sixth in the county of Bedford and the 

sheriff was commanded to lead the levies in his place. [Pari. Writs.] 

Licence for Ralph de Camoys to enfeoff John de Hampton and Peter de 
Gosele of his manor of Elenge, co. Southampton, held in chief, and for 
them to re-grant the same to the said Ralph and Elizabeth his wife and 
the heirs of Ralph. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolmnim for one year for Thomas de Whitene, 
parson of a moiety of the church of Tweng. 

The like for the undermentioned [the names are omitted]. 

Pardon to Peter de Roches, William Sauvage of Styvynton and Joan his 
wife for acquiring without licence to themselves and the heirs of the said 
William a messuage and a virgate of land in Northocle, held in chief, from 
Margaret de Wyndesore, who had acquired the same without licence from 
Andrew de Stroude. By fine of 1 mark. 



Jan. 28. 
Newark. 



Jan. 80. 
Newark. 



Jan. 28. 

Newark. 



Feb. 1 . 

Newark. 



Jan. 80. 
Newark. 



Feb. 2. 

Newark. 



MEMBRANE 6. 

Safe-conduct until a fortnight after Easter for John Alberici and Peter de 
Vitreio, Friars Preachers, going to John de Britannia, earl of Richemund, 
detained a prisoner by the Scots. " By K, 

The like, until Easter, for Ralph do Richerville, going to Sir Robert 
Bertrandi, knight, detained a prisoner by the Scots. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Protection and safe-conduct for H. bishop of Lincoln, going by command 
of Pope J[ohn] to the court of Rome to present himself to his Holiness. 

ByK. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Walter de Wogan, to be a justice to 
hold the pleas following the justiciary of Ireland, with the usual fee. 

Mandate to Roger de Birthorp to deliver to the same Walter the said 
office and all the things pertaining thereto which are in his custody. 

Safe-conduct for two years for Nicholas de Myngges, merchant of 
Portugal, his men and servants, coming into the realm to trade, provided 
he pay the usual customs. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok* 

Licence for Alexander de- Carleton to enfeoff Robert de Morby of a 
messuage, 6 tofts, 20 bovates of land, and ^s. Id. of rent in Bonnewyk, co. 
York, held in chief, to hold to him and his heirs. By p.s. 

Writ de intendendo directed to Otto de Grandissono, keeper of the islands 
of Gerneroye, Jereseye, Serk and Aureneye and all bailiffs and lieges 
thereof in favour of Gerard Dorons and Robert de Kelleseye, appointed by 
the king to enquire into the following matter. On aocoont of various 



236 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 



Feb. 4. 

NorwcU 

fNorthwell). 

Feb. 8. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 8. 
Pontefract 

Feb. 17. 
Pontefraot. 

Feb. 11. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 9. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 11. 
Pontefract. 

Feb. 11. 
Pontefract. 



Membrane 6 — cont. 

errors in the records and processes held before William de Bourne and his 
fellows late justices sent to those islands, the king caused the said records 
and processes to come before him, and on examination thereof it was found 
that the said justices had without warrant adjudged divers manors, lands 
and tenements to men suing for them, and such judgments, in so far as 
they effected the disherison of the king, were revoked by judgment of the 
King's Court, whereupon the king by divers writs commanded the said Otto 
to resume the said manors, lands and tenements into the king's hands 
together with the sums of money which had been adjudged by the said 
justices to complainants as damages, and the king has been informed that 
certain of the islanders prevented the ministers of the said Otto, charged 
by him with the execution of the king's mandates, from executing the 
same. The above commissioners are therefore to enquire into the names 
of persons so resisting, and where and what kind of resistance they made. 

ByC. 

Mandate, until the octave of Easter, to constables of castles in the 
North, to lodge for greater security Henry, lord of Suylly, and the men of 
his company going to Scotland. By K. 

The like for Henry Deyngeux, knight, whom K. king of France and 
Navarre is sending to Scotland on his business. 

Safe-conduct for the horseman and two footmen whom Henry, lord de 
Suyly, detained a prisoner by the Scots, is sending on his affairs from 
Scotland to the realm, who are to return to him. By K. 

The like for the two footmen whom the said Henry is sending into Eng- 
land. By K. 

Protection and safe-conduct for Henry, lord of Suyly, his men, and 
horses and harness, going to Scotland. By K. 

The like for Henry Deyngeux, knight, whom K. king of France and 
Navarro is sending to Scotland on his business. By K. 

The like safe-conduct for Ralph do Joyak, knight, whom the king of 
France and Navarre is sending to Scotland as above. By p.s. 

Protection with clause rwlnmm for one year from the prior of St. Oswald's, 
Nostel. 

The like for the following, viz. — 
William Lovel. 

The prior of Christchurch Twynham. 
Thomas de Tochewyk, clerk. 

Thomas de Newehagh, parson of the church of Haukeswell. 
Robert de Silkeston. 

William de Grendale, parson of the church of Wresel. 
Nicholas Belou, parson of the church of Burwaremersh. 

Pardon at the request of Robert de Watevill to Ralph Giffard for his 
adherence to the rebels, with restitution of his lands and goods, which had 
been taken into the king's hands. By p.s. 

Presentation of Henry de Thrapston to the church of Gamelston, in the 
diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and 
heir of Gerard de Chancy, tenant in chief. By p.s. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Anthony de Lucy to the custody of the 
city of Carlisle. By K. 

Writ of aid for him, directed to the bailiffs, good men and others of that 
city. By K 



16 EDWARD n— Pabt 1. 



287 



1323. 

Feb. 12. 
Pontefraot. 



Feb. 16. 
Pontefroct* 



Feb. 2. 

Newark. 



Feb. 12. 

Pontcfnict. 



Membrane 6 — cant. 

Protection with clause volwnus, until Whitsunday, for John de Warenna, 
earl of Surrey, going to the Marches of Scotland on the king's service. 

ByK. 

The like for Ralph de Cobham, going in the company of the said earl on 
the king's service. By testimony of the earl. 

The like for the under-mentioned going with the earl, viz. — 
Thomas de Ponynges. 
Alan Talbot. 
Thomas de Nerford. 
Simon de Perpount. 

Writ of aid for Robert de Echyngh[am] appointed to arrest and attach 
Roger de Swynuerton, knight, and Richard de Whethale, to seize their 
goods into the king's hand, and to deliver them and their goods for safe 
custody to the sheriff or bailiffs of the places where the arrests shall be 
effected. By K. 

The like for John de Enefeld and Edmund Provost, appointed to arrest 
the same persons. By K. 

John, bishop of Ely, going beyond the seas on the king's service, has 
letters nominating John de Heslarton and John de Ousthorp his attorneys 
in England until All Saints. 

Protection with clause volumiis for the said bishop. 

The like for the following going with him : — 
John do Hothum, the younger. 
John de Trumpyngton. 
John de Ros. 

Grant to Robert de Insula of the custody of the lands late of Robert 
Peverel and Walter, late bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, deceased, 
tenants in chief, and which by reason of the minority of Edmund son and 
heir of the said Robert and nephew and heir of the said Walter, are in the 
king's hands, to hold to the full age of the heir, together with his marriage, 
and in case of the death of the heir before attaining full age or being 
married, then the said Robert shall have the successive custody of the 
next heir with his marriage. By p.s. 

Mandate to Master John Walewayn, escheator beyond Trent, to deliver 
to the said Robert the said lands and the body of the said heir to be 
married. 

The like to Thomas de Burgh, escheator on this side Trent. 

Licence for John son of John de Wheston of Hereby to grant in fee 
simple to William de Herle and Margaret his wife his reversion in a moiety 
of a messuage, 8 tofts, 5 acres of meadow, 10 acres of wood, 28. of rent and 
40 acres 8 virgates and a moiety of a virgate of land in Hereby, held in 
chief as of the honor of Peverel, which John de Wheston of Hereby, the 
elder, holds by the law of England of the inheritance of the said John son 
of John ; and in the other moiety thereof which the said John de Wheston 
holds for life of the said inheritance. By fine of i mark. 

Licence for John de Sancto Johanne to enfeoff William de Sancto 
Johanne, parson of the church of Romesbury, of the manor of Chauton, 
held in chief, and for the latter to re-grant it to the said John and Isabella 
his wife and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder to the right heirs of 
the said John. By E. on the information of B. de Baldok. 



238 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 

Feb. 17. 

Pontofraot. 



Membrane 6 — cont. 

Presentation of John Hamelyn to the church of Penbeir in the diocese of 
St. Davids. By p.s. 



Jan. 18. 
Stow Park. 



Jan. 21. 
Stow Park. 

Jan. 28. 
Stow Park. 

Jan. 24. 
Newark. 



Feb. 2. 
Newark. 



Jan. 21. 

Stow Park. 



Jan. 80. 
Stow Park. 



Jan. 80. 
Stow Park. 



Feb. 18. 
Stow Park. 



MEMBRANE 5. 

Coniirmation of a demise at farm made by Richard de Whatton and John 
de Wylugheby, appointed to let for three years from Michaelmas next, lands 
of rebels in the counties of Northampton and Rutland in the king's hands, 
to William de Everdon, king's clerk, of the manor of Little Preston for 
such period, subject to a rent of IQl. a year. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Richard de Gloucestre, 
clerk. 

The like for the under-mentioned, viz. — 
The abbot of Cyrencestre, for himself and his tenants of Rothowell. 

The bishop of St. Asaph. By p.s. 

Thomas de Cotyngham, parson of the church of Plumstede by Bake- 

nesthorp. 
Theobald Poleyn, Serjeant of the Rolls of Chancery. 
The abbot of Coggeshale. 

Richard, a monk of Savigny, warden of the house of Felde Dallyng. 
The same Richard, warden of the house of Long Benyngton. 
William Launcelyn. 
Geoffrey son of Alexander Warde of Wetheresfeld. 

John de Norton, parson of the church of Great Bradeleye. 
Thomas de Evesham, clerk, and John de Baddeby. 
Bertrand Ferandi, parson of the church of Rodele. 
Henry de Toftes. 
Roger le Forester of Geynesburgh. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Robert de Kelsey, going 
on the king's service to the Islands of Gerneseye, Gereseye, Serk and Auren- 
eye in the company of Gerard Hor[um]. By p.s. 

Pardon to Maud, late the wife of John Bustard, for acquiring without 
licence in conjunction with her late husband two parts of 14 tofts and 
15 bovates of land in Bisshopthorp, held in chief, from Walter de Harom, 
to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies with remainder to the right 
heirs of the said John ; with restitution of the same, which as well by 
reason of the said trespass as by the death of the said John had been taken 
nto the king's hands. By fine of 20f« 

Writ of aid for John le Barber, Andrew Roskyn and Richard de Mere- 
worth appointed to arrest Nicholas de la Beche, knight, Jakemin de Darynton, 
John de Hereford, parson of the church of Depedeii, Robert de la Lee, 
Walter de Brawode, John de Goldyngton, knight, Thomas Rocelyn, knight, 
Robert de Burter, John de Rothyng and Thomas de Engayne. [rarl, 
Wnts.] By K. 

The like for the under-mentioned, viz. : — 
Stephen do Abyndon appointed to arrest the above Nicholas and 
Jakemin. [Pari. Writs.] 

Robert de Rocheford to arrest John de Goldyngton, knight. [Pari, 
Writs.] 



16 EDWABD n.— Part 1. 



289 



1323. 

Jan. 80. 
Newark, 



Jau. 80< 
Newark. 



Feb. 9. 

Pontefract. 



Feb. 12. 

PoDtefract. 



Jan. 21. 
Stow Park. 



Feb. 4. 

Norwell. 



Jan. 80. 
Newark. 



Jan. 26. 

Newark, 



Feb. 1. 

Newark. 



Jan. 20. 
Stow Park. 

Feb. 2. 
Weston. 



Feb. 4. 

Norwell. 



Jan. 80. 
Newark. 



. Membrane 6 — cont. 

Mandate to the canons of the free chapel of Hastynges to assign a stall 
in the choir and a place in the chapter to William de Clyf\ king's clerk, 
admitted by John, bishop of Chichester, to the prebend of Crawhurst in the 
same chapel on the king's presentation thereto. 

Robert de Northburgh, staying beyond the seas for the sake of study, has 
letters nominating John de Burgo and Robert de Pontefracto his attorneys 
in Fittgland for three years. 



The like for the following, viz.- 
John de Depyng 
Master Roger de Nassyngton 
William de Keythorp, clerk 



[ staying beyond the seas as above. 



Master Richard Wodelok, clerk, staying beyond the seas for study, has 
letters nominating Luke de Barry and John de la Hale his attorneys in 
England for two years. 

Richard de Grymeston, parson of the church of Styvelyngflet, going 
beyond the seas, has letters nominating Henry de Moreby and Nicholas de 
Moreby his attorneys in England for three years. 

Robert de Kelleseye, going on the king's service to the Islands of Gemeseye, 
Gereseye, Serk and Aureneye in the company of Gerard Hor[um] has letters 
nominating John de Pirle and William de Wellee his attorneys for one 
year. 

Bertrand Ferrandi, parson of the church of Rothewell, going to Gascony 
on the king's service until Midsummer [tlie sentence is incomplete']. 

By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Presentation to Master Stephen de Kynardesleye to the deanery of the 
church of St. John, Chester, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in 
the king's gift by reason of the late voidance.by the bishopric thereof. 

ByK. 

Pardon, at the request of Edmund, earl of Arundel, to Hugh de Mortuo 
Mari, late a rebel, of 100 marks of the 800 marks, wherein he made fine 
to save his life and to have his lands. By p.s. 

Protection with clause volumus^ until Midsummer, for Robert de Calve- 
ton, taken by the Scots when on the king's service and detained a prisoner 
in Scotland. By K. 

Presentation of William Seward to the church of Shirevesneuton in the 
diocese of Llandaff. By p.s. 

Writ of aid for one year fot John de Whitechirch, whom the king is 
sending to purvey candles and other necessaries for the office of the 
chandlery of the Household. By E. 

Licence for the abbot and convent of Bordusheye to demise their manor 
of Holeweye to Henry de Hambury and his heirs for a term of 80 years. 

By E. on the information of R. de Baldok. 

Thomas de la Nye. John de Wermwelle and Walter de Eynarduslegh, 
monks of Glastonbury, bringing news of the death of Walter de Tanton, 
lately elected abbot of that place but who died before the temporalities were 
restored to him, have letters to the sub-prior and convent of licence to 
elect. By E. 



240 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 

Jan. 28. 

Newark. 



Feb. 6. 
Wellow. 



Feb. 10. 
Pontefract. 



Feb.(«c)80. 
Newark. 



Feb. 7. 
Doncaster. 



Feb. 9. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 12. 
Pontefract. 



Membrane 6 — cont. 

Appointment of John de Hastynges to the keeping of the castle of 
Kenilworth until Easter, unless the king shall appoint another keeper 
before that date^i By p.s. 

Mandate to Ranulph de Gharroun, keeper thereof, to deliver it to him 
by indenture. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and friars of the 
August] nian Order by John de Longeville, of a messuage in Northampton 
in the street called * Bryggestrede,' held in burgage, to build an oratory 
and houses for the habitation of Friars of that Order. By K. 

Mandate to all persons of the counties of Cumberland, Westmoreland, 
Lancaster, York, Northumberland and the bishopric of Durham to be no 
more attendant upon Andrew de Harcla, warden of the Marches, whom the 
king lately appointed to the keeping of the Marches and of certain of the said 
counties, he having joined the Scots and entered into a treaty with them 
against the king. By E. 

The like to the respective sheriffs of the said counties. 

Grant to Master Stephen de Eynardesleye, king's clerk, of the deanery of 
the church of St. John, Chester, in the king's gift by reason of the late 
voidance of the bishopric of Coventry and Lichfield. By K. 

Mandate in pursuance to R. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. By K. 

Commission to Richard de Hoghton, John Travers and Thomas de 
Lathum to array all the men between sixteen and sixty of the county of 
Lancaster to be ready to march upon receiving three days' notice. French. 
[Farl. WriU.] By K. 

The like to Edmund, earl of Kent, the king's brother, to array the forces 
of the counties of Cumberland, Westmoreland, Lancaster and the parts of 
Craven, co. York. French. [Pari. TFnte.] 

The like to John de Garenne, earl of Surreye, to array the men of 
Richemundshire, co. York, to march at such time and place as the above 
Edmund, earl of Kent, shall inform him. French. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 



Feb. 9. 
Pontefract, 



Feb. 12. 
Pontefrftct* 



MEMBRAyE 4. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Edmund, earl of Kent, to supply the 
king's place in the Marches of Scotland and for the defence thereof against 
the Scots. By K. 

[Fadera : Pari. WrUs.'\ 

Power to the said Edmund to receive into the king's grace all persons 
misled or constrained by Andrew de Harcla, when warden of the Marches, 
to join his confederacy with the Soots ; such persons are to come in within 
three weeks from the arrival of the said earl at Barnard Castle. [Pari. 
Write.-] By K. 

The like to David de Strabolgi,earl of Athol, in the county of Northumber-. 
land ; he is to certify the said Edmund of the names of all persons doing 
so. [Pari. WriU.] 

The like for the undermentioned, viz. — 
John Darcy, Me Neveu,' in co. Lancaster. 

Robert de Welle in cos. Cumberland and Westmoreland. [Pari. Writs.] 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 1. 



241 



1323. 

Feb. 12. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 24. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 22. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 28. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 16. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 16. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 16. 
Pontefract. 



Feb; 12. 
Pontefract. 



Membrane 4 — cont. 

Revocation of the commissions granted to Andrew de Hartcla; no obedience 
is to be rendered to him or his deputies ; all persons are to obey Edmund, 
earl of Kent, appointed by the king to be his lieutenant in the counties 
of Cumberland, Westmoreland, Lancaster, York and Northumberland, and 
the bishopric of Durham. [Feeder a. Pari, Writs.] By K. 

Acquittance at the request of James le Botiller, of Ireland, kings's yeo- 
man, to John Sampson of Dublin of the 100«. wherein he is bound to the 
king at the Exchequer of Dublin, for arrears of his account for the time in 
which he was warden and viewer of the king's works in those parts, for 
which debt he has been arrested and detained in prison. By p.s. 

Licence for the master and brethren of the hospital of St. Bartholomew, 
Sm3rthefeld, London, to hold in mortmain all the rents which Master Peter 
de Askerne received out of lands and tenements at Baynard's Castle in that 
city and which the said Peter had without licence bequeathed to them by 
his will to find a chantry in the said hospital for the souls of the said Peter 
and all the faithful departed and to perform the anniversary of the said 
Peter on the day of his death for ever ; viz. rents amounting to 10 marks 
and a rent of 6^6. of pepper. By p.s. 

The prior of Little Malverne, staying in England, has letters nominating 
John de Molyns and Richard le Palmere his attorneys in Ireland for two 
years. 

Signification to J. bishop of Bath and Wells, of the royal assent to the 
election of Adam de Sobbury, sacristan of Glastonbury, to be abbot of that 
house. By p.s. 

Pardon to John son of John Botetourt, knight, for his adherence to Bar- 
tholomew de Badelesmere. By p.s. 



The like to the following adherents of the said Bartholomew : — 
Thomas de Hoton. ) 
Peter de Perepount. ) 



By p.B. 



Licence for John de Tjrngewyk to enfeoff Master Gilbert de Middelton, 
king's clerk, archdeacon of Northampton, of 18 acres of meadow, 14 acres 
of pasture and 20 acres of wood in Wappenham, and of the advowson of the 
church of that town, held in chief, to hold to him and his heirs. 

By fine of 100«. 

Protection with clause rogamusy for two years, for the master and infirm 
brethren of the hospital of St. Laurence, Bukyngham. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of the 
house of Hexteldesham by William Hetson of 2 tofts and 9 acres of lands 
in Kyrkheton ; by Gilbert de Babynton of a toft and y acres of lands there; 
by Robert son of Hugh de Cambhowe of 2 messuages and 18 acres of lands 
in the same town ; by William de Shafthowe of 2 tofts and 55 acres of 
land in Nesbyt ; by Henry Derlyng of 8 acres of meadow in Estmatfen ; by 
William de Belyncham of a messuage and 18 acres of land in Ethewyk; 
and by Robert de Appelton and John Fissher of a moiety of the town of 
Dalton by Stanfordham ; which are not held in chief, and are worth in all 
their issues, the said moiety excepted, 42«. Sd. a year, the said moiety in time 
of peace being formerly worth 100s. but now only worth 20«., as appears by 
inquisitions returned into the Chancery, to hold in part satisfaction of a 
licence to acquire lands and rents to the value of 20/. a year. 

24962 q 



242 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 

Feb. 20. 
Pontefraot. 



Membrane 4 — cont. 

Protection with clause volumus until Whitsunday for Roger de Weston, 
staying on the king's service in the company of John de Lyllebum in the 
munition of the castle of Dunstanburgh in the Marches of Scotland. 

By K. on the testimony of the said John. 

The like for the under-mentioned, \az. — 

William de Clyve, parson of the church of Angreham. 
Robert de Oggil. 



The said John de Lyllebum. 



ByK. 



Feb. 19. 
Pontefract. 



MEMBRANE 3. 

Writ of aid for Simon de Lunderthorp, Gilbert de Ebor[aco] and Alan 
de Cubbeldyk, appointed to purvey in the county of Lincoln 2,000 quarters 
of wheat, 1,000 quarters of barley and 1,000 quarters of oats for the Scotch 
war. By K. 

The like for the following : — 
Geoffrey Wyth, knight, Thomas de Eggefeld and William March, in 

CO. Norfolk, 2,000 quarters of wheat, 2,000 quarters of barley. 
Robert de Bures, John de Crosseby and Benedict de Cokefeld, in co. 

Suffolk, 1,000 quarters of wheat and 1,000 quarters of barley. 
John de Lyston, John de Crosseby and John de Dovre, in co. Essex, 

500 quarters of wheat and 2,000 quarters of oats. 
John de Creke, William deLeycestre and Andrew Moigne, in the counties 

of Cambridge and Huntingdon, 1 ,500 quarters of wheat, 1 ,000 quarters 

of barley, 500 quarters of beans and 500 quarters of oats. 
John de Wylghby, John de Hildesle and Eustace de Burneby, in co. 

Northampton, 1,000 quarters of wheat, 1,000 quarters of barley. 
Hamo de Chiggewell, the mayor, Master Robert de Haselshagh, provost 

of Wells, and Reginald de Conductu, in the counties of London and 

Middlesex, 1,000 quarters of wheat. 
Henry de Sardenn, Nicholas de Acton, Stephen Delham, and John de 

Breideston, in co. Kent, 1,500 quarters of wheat, 1,000 quarters of 

barley and 1,000 quarters of oats. 
Richard de Whatton, Robert de Notingham and William de Dogmers- 

feld, in co. Nottingham, 500 quarters of wheat, barley and beans 

respectively. 
John Derle, Ranulph de Benton and John de Brideport, in the counties 

of Somerset and Dorset, 1,000 quarters of wheat, 1,000 quarters of 

beans and 500 quarters of barley. 
Richard de Wotton, Robert de Aston and James de Broghton, in co. 

Gloucester, 500 quarters of wheat, beans and barley respectively. 

Afterwards, 2 June following, at Thorp by York, because of a truce 
entered into with the Scots until thirteen years after 12 June following, 
the above persons were commanded to surcease the execution of the pre- 
mises, as appears on the dorse of the Close Rolls under that date. [Cf, 
Cal. Close Rolls, 16 Edward II, p. 719.] 

Mandate to the above commissioners to be diligent herein and to deliver 
by indenture the victuals, as they buy the same, to the sheriffs. By K. 

Mandate to the sheriff of Southampton to purvey 500 quarters of wheat, 
500 quarters of barley, 1,000 quarters of oats and 500 bacons by view 
and testimony of Thomas de Geyregrave, king's clerk, appointed to view 



16 EDWARD II.— Pabt 1. 248 



1323, Membrane 8 — cont, 

and forward the same to Newcastle-upon-Tyne to be delivered to the king's 
receiver there by Trinity ; he is to certify the king in the Chancery of the 
names of the persons from whom the victuals are bought, and of the sums 
due to them, so that the collectors of the tenth and sixth in that county 
may make due payments according to such certificates ; allowance will be 
made to the sheriJQf in his account for the expenses therein. By K. 

The like to the sheriff of Surrey and Sussex to purvey 600 quarters of 
wheat, 500 quarters of barley and 1,000 quarters of oats and 500 bacons by 
view and testimony of William de Holynes, clerk. 

The like to the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, to purvey 10,000 stock 
fish, 1,000 quarters of small salt, and 500 quarters of salt of * Peytow * by 
view and testimony of Henry Kose, the viewer, and to forward them as 
above. 

The foi:m in which victuals shall be bought and purveyed. After the 
commission is read and published the commissioners shall cause to come 
before them merchants and other fit persons by whom the said purveyance 
may be best made, and charge them to go from town to town,within franchises 
and without, to purvey the victuals in places where they can with most 
profit to the king and least grievance and annoyance to the people with 
respect to things for sale and other things which ought reasonably to be 
sold, saving the sustenance of the sellers. And the corn which they buy 
and purvey in sheaf they shall have threshed, winnowed and made ready 
by the sellers as quickly as possible ; and of the purchases and purveyances 
made by them, whether from merchants or others, indentures shall 
be made between them and the sellers, and they shall return their 
parts of the said indentures as soon as possible to the commissioners 
and the latter shall without delay certify into the Chancery the names 
of the sellers and the sums due to them, so that after every such 
certification into the Chancery, order may be- issued to the taxers and 
collectors of the tenth and sixth to make payments without delay. And 
the intention of the king and his Council is that the said purchases and 
purveyance be made with the good will of people and that payment be 
made to them before the corn is out of their possession, if they will be 
satisfied with nothing less. French. 

Feb. 20. Mandate to the sheriff of Lincoln to purvey 2,000 quarters of wheat, 1,000 

Pontefract. quarters of barley and 1,000 quarters of oats, and to forward the same to 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne by Trinity. By K. 

The like to the sheriffs of the following counties : — 

Norfolk, 8,000 quarters of wheat, 2,000 quarters of barley. 
Suffolk, 1,000 quarters of wheat, 1,000 quarters of barley. 
Essex, 500 quarters of wheat, 2,000 quarters of oats. 
Northampton, 1,000 quarters of wheat, 1,000 quarters of barley. 
Cambridge and Huntingdon, 1,500 quarters of wheat, 1,000 quarters of 

barley, 500 quarters of beans, 500 quarters of oats. 
London and Middlesex, 1,000 quarters of wheat. 
Kent, 1,500 quarters of wheat, 1,000 quarters of barley, 1,000 quarters 

of oats. 
Nottingham, 500 quarters of wheat, 500 quarters of barley, 500 

quarters of beans. 

The like to the sheriff of Gloucester to purvey 500 quarters of wheat, 500 
quarters of beans and 500 quarters of barley ; and he wiU be informed of 
the places to which they are to be conveyed. 



244 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 



Feb. 26. 

Knares- 
borough. 

Feb. 22. 
Pontefract. 

Feb. 20. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 14. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 21. 

Pontefract. 



Feb. 25. 
Aberford. 



Membrane 8 — cont. 

The like to the sheriff of Somerset and Dorset as to 1,000 quarters of 
wheat, 1,000 quarters of beans and 500 quarters of barley. 

Neapolio, cardinal deacon of St. Adrian's, staying beyond the seas, has 
letters nominating Speus Emeraldi his attorney in England for three 
years. 

Pardon, at the instance of Thomas West, to John de Langeleye, for his 
adherence to Robert Lewer, a contrariant ; with restitution of his lands 
and goods which had been taken into the king's hands. By p.s. 

The abbot of Oseneye, staying in England, has letters nominating 
William de Tettesworth, his fellow canon, and Robert de Pyrie his attorneys 
in Ireland for two years. 

Appointment during pleasure of John de Donecastre to be steward of all 
the lands now in the king's hands late of John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, 
in the county of York, which came into the king's hahds by the forfeiture of 
Thomas, earl of Lancaster, who held them of the gift and feoffment of the 
said earl ; as also of the manors of Waddeworth, Burghwaleys, Walton, 
Calthorn, and Great Halghton, co. York ; the said John is to receive 201. 
a year out of the issues thereof, and also hay and litter for four horses, and 
sufficient firewood in the said manors when he comes to them. By p.s. 

Grant for life to William Edward of Romeneye of 82 acres of land in 
a place called Tunstal in Romeneye Marsh, late of Bartholomew de 
Burgherssh, a rebel, which by escheat are in the king's hands. By p.s. 

Licence for Robert Fitz Payn to enfeoff Jordan de Byntre, chaplain, of 
the manors of Gary, Cherlton, Radeweye, Stok Cursci, Wroxhale, and 
Mershwode, of the hundreds of Canyngton and Whitechirche, and of the 
advowsons of the churches of the said manors of Cherlton and Wroxhale, 
which are held in chief, and for the latter to re-grant the same to the said 
Robert and Ela his wife and the heirs of Robert ; although it appears by 
inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, 
escheator beyond Trent, that if the said Robert died, his heir being a minor, 
the king would lose the custody of the said manors and hundreds, and the 
presentations to the said churches. By fine of 100 marks and by p.s. 



Feb. 16. 
Pontefract* 

Feb. 12. 
Pontefract, 



MEMBRANE 2. 

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for Master Henry de Gantuaria, king's 
clerk, going beyond the seas on the king's business. By K. 

Protection also with clause volumus for him. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Michael de Wath, clerk. 

The like for the under-mentioned, viz. — 
Roger de Dumbelton. 

Simon de Shepeye, parson of the church of Waltham. 
Master William Mees, parson of the church of Northberkhampsted. 
Master Thomas de Bray, prebendary of Longestowe in the church of 

St. Mary, Lincoln, and parson of the church of Clenefeld. 
Richard de Ragenhull, parson of the church of Bemolby. 
The abbot of Roche. 

Master Adam de Waleton, parson of the church of Mitton. 
Reginald de Cusancia, parson of the church of Fouldon. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



245 



1323. 



March 1 
Enares- 
borough. 



Feb. 16. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 12. 
Pontefract. 

Feb. 16. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 16. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 12. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 1. 
Newark. 



Feb. 2. 
Newark. 



Membrane 2 — aynt, 

Gerard de Cusancia, parson of the church of Bassyingbourn. 

William de Cusancia, parson of the church of Beppes. 

Joan, late the wife of Nicholas de Wokyndon. 

William de Brampton, parson of the church of Eyrkeby Raveneswath. 

John de Hamby. 

Roger Botetourt, parson of the church of Wykyngeston. 

The chapter of the church of St. Mary, Lincoln. 

Master Richard de Cestria, canon of the church of St. Peter, York. 

Adam de Lymbergh, who [is] in parts beyond the seas. 

Master William de Beverlaco, parson of the church of Welwyk. 

Mariota, late the wife of Gilbert atte Hurst of London. 

Adam Ughtred. 

John, parson of the church of Pylham. 

The abbot of St. Alban's. 

Mandate to all persons to supply Edmund, earl of Kent, the king*s 
brother, appointed his lieutenant in the Marches of Scotland, going to those 
parts, with carriage for his harness, victuals and other goods of himself and 
his household, until Whitsimday. By K. 

The like to L. bishop of Durham for the said earl. 

The like in favour of David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, going to the 
Marches of Scotland on business committed to him by the king. 
The like to the said bishop of Durham for the said David. 

WVit of aid for John Darcy, *le neveu,' appointed to arrest all confederates 
of the Scots in the county of Lancaster. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

Grant for life to William de Northwell of the custody of the hospital of 
St. Leonard, Newerk, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the 
bishopric of Lincoln being in the king's hands. By p.s. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the brethren and sisters of the hospital. 

Licence for Peter Rabayn to enfeoff William de Ayremynne, king's clerk, 
of the manor of Waye and Pudle, co. Somerset (.v^/c), held in chief, and for 
the latter to grant the same in fee tail to the said Peter and Elizabeth his 
wife, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Peter. By p.s. 

Master John de Stratford, archdeacon of Lincoln, staying beyond the seas 
on the king's service, has letters nominating Master Robert de Stratford and 
Thomas de Evesham his attorneys in England until midsummer. By E. 

Protection also with clause rolnmus for him. 

W'rit of aid for Henry son of Hugh to arrest Andrew de Hartcla, whom 
the king made earl of Carlisle, and who has joined the Scots. [F<rdera. 
Pari, WriUf,] By K. 

Grant to Hugh le Despenser the younger, in extension of a grant to 
him for life of the castle of Kerynkenny and of the land of Iskenny in 
Wales, late of John Giffard, a rebel, which escheated into the king's 
hands, together with knights' fees, advowsons, regalities, liberties and free 
customs, that he mav hold the same quit of suit at the county of 
Eaermerdyn, and of all other services which were accustomed to be done 
for the said castle and land, and that no justice of Wales, or other minister 
of the king, shall intermeddle therein by reason of the principality of Wales, 



246 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 



Feb. 18. 

Pontefraot. 

Feb. 12. 
Pontefract 



Feb. 20. 
Pontefraot. 



Feb. 25. 
Pontefraot. 

Feb. 21. 
Pontefraot. 

Feb. 22. 
Pontefraot. 



Membrane 2 — cont, 

but that the said Hugh and his ministers shall do all manner of justice and 
right to the men and tenants inhabiting the said land of Iskenny or staying 
there as he does of his men and tenants in his land of Glaumorgan and 
Morganno. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the justice of Wales to deliver the said castle 
and lands to him. 

General pardon, at the request of Robert de Echingham, to Henry son 
of Henry le Pestour of Cranebrok. By p.s. 

Protection with clause volumus, until Midsummer, for Simon de Eeleshull 
going to Gascony with J. bishop of Ely, on the king's service. 

By testimony of the bishop. 

Pardon, at the request of Robert de Grendon, marshal of the king's hall, 
to Adam le Galeys, knight, for his adherence to Roger Damory and other 
rebels ; with restitution of his lands and goods which are in the king's 
hands. ^ By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to John Everard, keeper of the lands of rebels in 
the county of Devon. 

The like to Robert de Aston, keeper of the lands of rebels in the county 
of Somerset. 

Ratification of a grant for life made by Thomas Wake, lord of Lidell, to 
Roger Beler of the manor of Styvyngton, co. Bedford, held in chief. 

By fine of 10s. 

Licence for John de Langeleye to grant in fee simple to Thomas West 
the bailiwick of the forestership of Whichewode, which he holds in chief. 

By p.s. 

Licence for Henry de Lancastre to grant for life to Richard de Ryvers 
his manor of Estgarton, co. Buckingham (stc), held in chief. By p.s. 



Feb. 14. 
Pontefraot. 



Feb. 16. 
Pontefraot. 



Feb. 18. 
Pontefraot. 



Feb. 20. 
Pontefraot, 



MEMBRANE 1. 

Pardon to William son of Adam de Beleby for the death of Roger le 
Thekere of Beleby, as it appears by the record of Henry le Scrop and his 
fellows, justices to hold pleas before the king, that he killed him in self- 
defence. By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Eirkestall by William de Beston, knight, of 17 acres of meadow in Beston, 
by John son of John Touneslaverd of Pudesay of 4 acres of meadow in 
Heddingley, by Robert son of Robert son of Thomas de Bramelay of 2 tofts, 
2 bovates, and 18^ acres of land in Bramlay, by Alexander Patefyn of 4 
acres of land and 6 acres of pasture in Heddingley, which are worth in all 
their issues 145. 6(/. a year, as appears by inquisition made by Thomas de 
Burgh, king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, to hold in part satisfaction 
of a licence to acquire lands and rents to the value of 20L a year which for 
a fine of 40 marks the king had granted to them. 

Pardon, at the request of Hugh le Dospenser, Me fitz,' to John de 
Langele, for his adherence to Robert Lewer, a contrariant. By p.s. 

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled. 

Pardon to William atte More for taking to wife without licence Margery, 
late the wife of John de Chaunceux, tenant in chief ; pardon also to the 
said Margery. By C. by fine of i mark. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



247 



1323. 



Julys. 
York. 

Feb. 21. 
Pontefract. 



Feb. 2G. 
Knares- 
borough. 



Feb. 27. 
Knares- 
borough. 



March 1. 

Enares- 
borough. 

Feb. 28. 
Fontefract. 



March 1. 
Knares- 
borough. 



Membrane 1 — co7it. 

Robert de Napeton, staying in England, has letters nominating Robert 
de Crek of Napton and John Curragh his attorneys in Ireland for two years. 

Adam de Catcby, broken down with old age, going on pilgrimage to 
Santiago, has letters nominating Richard de Shefeld, clerk, and Roger 
Milly his attorneys for one year. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Robert de Shirlond, 
going beyond the seas on the king's service. By K. 

Mandate to John de Segrave and Robert de Maulay, lately appointed 
commissioners of array in the counties of Nottingham and Derby, except 
the parts of the Pek, to be at Cestrefeld with their levies by next Thursday, 
to proceed against the Scots, who are proposing to enter the county of 
Lancaster. [Pari. Writ^,] By K. 

The like to the following commissioners : — 

Ralph Basset of Drayton with the levies of the parts of Tuttebury, co. 

Stafford, to be at Cestrefeld on the said Thursday. 
John de Crombwell and William de Aune, with the levies of the parts 

of Donecastre and the wapentake of Strafford, co. York, to be at 

Donecastre on the said Thursday. 
Walter de Waldeshef, with the levies of the parts of the Pek, co. 

Derby, to be at Cestrefeld on the said Thursday. 
John de Wisham, John de Rithre and Oliver de Ingham, with the 

levies of the Westrithing, co. York, except the parts of Donecastre 

and the wapentake of Strafford, to be at Skypton in Graven by next 

Saturday. 
Oliver de Ingham, with the levies of the county of Chester, to go with 

all speed to the county of Lancaster and to set forth with John 

Darcy, sheriff of Lancaster, upon whom the king wills him with his 

men to be attendant, on the said business. [Pari, Writs.] 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Holy 
Trinity, York, by William de Alta Ripa and Isabel, his wife, of a toft and 
seven acres of land in Holbek by Beston, which are worth in all their issues 
2s, dd. a year, as appears by inquisition taken by Thomas de Burgh, king's 
clerk, escheator on this side Trent, to hold in part satisfaction of a licence 
to acquire lands and rents to the value of 10 marks a year. 

Safe-conduct until Michaelmas for Giles de Herteberghe coming from 
Flanders into the realm, and for his household and goods. By p.s. 

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled and otlierwise below in the m<mth 
of April, 

Grant for life to Roger Beler, one of the barons of the Exchequer, retained 
by the king to be of his Council for life, of the manors of Stretton and 
Helewell in the counties of Lincoln and Rutland. By p.s. 

Presentation of Walter de Northfeld to the church of Great Lynford, in 
the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the 
land and heir of Edmund le Botiller of Ireland, tenant in chief. By p.s. 

Mandate to all sheriffs and others to conduct to the king the foreign 
brother of the order of St. John of Jerusalem, who is said to have entered ^e 
realm with bulls and other letters prejudicial to the king and his crown, and 
when the king has seen the bulls and letters, he will permit to be done what- 
ever can be permitted without prejudice to himself and the Grown. By p.s. 



248 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 

Feb. 28. 
Knare&- 
borough. 



March 2. 
Knares- 
borough. 

Feb. 27. 

Knares- 

borough. 

March 4. 
Enares- 
borough. 



March 8. 
Knares- 
borough. 



March 4. 
Knare&- 
borough. 

March 4. 
Knares- 
borough. 



Feb. 23. 
Pontefract. 



Mettibrane 1 — cont. 

Safe-conduct until Michaehnas for the envoys, to be named by the count 
of Flanders, coming into the realm to treat of a peace between the 
subjects of the king and those of the said count, as Guy de Flandria, lord of 
Rykenburgh, Ottobon de Carecti, provost of the church of St. Donatus, 
Bruges, chancellor of Flanders, vicegerents of Louis, count of Flanders, 
and the echevins, councillors and commonalities {universUates) of the towns 
of Ghent, Bruges and Iprcs have with the counsel and consent of the whole 
country of Flanders by their letters requested the king to make such treaty. 

Safe-conduct until the Octavo of Midsummer for Peter Crame and 
William le May, going to divers parts of the realm on certain business 
enjoined upon them. 

Pardon to Thomas de Bradeston, in consideration of a fine, for his adher- 
ence to Maurice de Berkele and other rebels ; with restitution of his lands 
and goods which had escheated into the king's hands. By p.s. 

Grant for life to Henry le Scrop of all the lands late of Andrew de Harcla, 
a rebel, in Caldewell and Uckerby in the parts of Richemundshire, and the 
lands late of Master Michael de Harcla, another rebel, in Herneby, which 
as escheats are in the king's hands. By E. 

Pardon to Walter le Hunte of his outlawry for not appearing before John 
de Mutford and his fellows, justices of assize in the county of Norfolk, to 
satisfy the king of his ransom when convicted of the disseisin committed 
upon Hugh le Mey of Fyncham and Emma his wife of a tenement in 
Stradesette ; provided that he surrender at the prison of Norwich and 
satisfy the king of his ransom, and the said parties, by judgment of the 
Court. By K. 

Pardon to William son of Elias de Rosse for the death of Ralph Swanne 
of Rosse and of any consequent outlawry. By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Abbodesbury by Robert le Bret of two parts of a messuage, 8 virgates of 
land, 21 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, and 12 acres of wood in 
Holewale and of his reversion of the third part thereof after the death of 
Joan, late the wife of Richard le Bret, who holds the same in dower of the 
inheritance of the said Robert ; also of his reversion in 40 acres of land in 
the same town which the said Joan holds for life by demise of Richard le 
Bret, father of the said Robert, whose heir he is, to find a chaplain to 
celebrate divine service daily in the church of Abbodesbury for the souls of 
Richard, his ancestors and all the faithful departed. By fine of 5 marks. 

Presentation of Thomas de Heselwode to the church of Forton in the 
diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's gift by reason of his 
custody of the lands of John de Somery, deceased, tenant in chief. 

By p.s. [6416.] 



1322. 

July 9. 
York. 



MEMBRANE Sid, 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Donecastre, Richard de 
Bernyngham and William de Byngham, on complaint by Walter del 
Bachouse of Stokesleye that Adam, abbot of Meaux, Robert de Hedon, his 
fellow monk, William de Wresel, and Robert de Eayton (Cayton) of 
Gemclyng, with others, took and carried away his goods at York. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



249 



1322. 

July 13. 
York. 



Deo. 8. 

York. 

1323. 

Feb. 6. 
Strabby. 

Feb. 12. 
Pontefract. 



June 28. 

York. 

1322. 

July 16. 
York. 



July 14. 
York. 



July 20. 
York. 



July 22. 
York. 



Membrane 84rf — cont. 

Appointment of Ralph de Wedon, John de la Penne and Philip de 
Hardeshull to be conservators of the peace in the county of Buckingham 
and of the statute of Winchester. 



The like of the following : — 
William Moigne 
William Launcelyn 

John de Swynforth 
William Launcelyyn 

Clement Dunclent 
Thomas de Solleye 

Robert de Pyrpunt 
Richard de Whatton 



I CO. Huntingdon. 
[ CO. Huntingdon. 



CO. Worcester. 



1 

> CO. Nottingham. 



John de Sancto Johanne of Basyng | 
John de Insula Vecta 
James de Norton 



f 



CO. Southampton. 



Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Mutford, John Sefoul and 
Simon de Hedersete, on complaint by Hugh de LoUesworth, touching the 
persons who took and carried away his goods at Fynchyngfeld, co. Essex, 
and abducted Maud, his daughter and servant. By K. 

Appointment of Walter de Norwyco, William de Herle, Walter de 
Friskeneye, John de Stonore, and Hamo de Chigewell to pronounce 
judgment upon Roger de Mortuo Mari, 'Tuncle/ and Roger de Mortuo Mari, 
<le nevou/ traitors of the king and his realm, prisoners in the Tower of 
London ; the constable of the Tower is to produce the prisoners before the 
said justices. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like to John Inge, David de la Bere, and Robert de Penrees to 
pronounce judgment at Sweynesey on John de Forneux, * baker,' who 
acknowledged before the king that he decapitated John Iweyn, the king's 
liegeman, at Sweynesey ; the keeper of the land of Gower is to be aiding 
and attending to the commissioners. 

The like to Walter de Norwyco, William de Herle, Walter de Friskeneye, 
John de Stonore and Hamo de Chiggewell to pronounce the judgment, by 
which the sentence of death passed upon Roger de Mortuo Marl, 'le 
uncle,* and Roger de Mortuo Mari, * le nevou,* is commuted to perpetual 
imprisonment. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 



July 15. 
York. 



MEMBRANE 3Sd. 

Commission to John de Foxle, Roger de Swynnerton and Robert de 
Keleseye, on complaint by Joan, daughter of Gilbert Sperlyng, to correct 
the error, if any, in the record and process and rendering of judgment in 
a plea in the Hustings of the City of London before the mayor and sheriffs 
of the said city, between the said Joan, complainant, and Robert Orpedeman, 
tenant of a messuage and 5 shops in London. 



July 18. 
York. 



MEMBRANE 32d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph Basset of Drayton, Master 
John de Everdon, Roger Beler and Henry de Hambury on complaint by R. 



260 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Membrane 82rf — conU 

bishop of Coventry and Lichfield touching the persons who entered the 
parks of the bishopric at Cannokbury, Longedon, Eccleshale, Heywode 
and Brewode, co. Stafford, the chaces and woods thereof at Cannok- 
bury, Eccleshale and Brewode and at Ruggeleye in the same county, 
and at Frees, ce. Salop, and Tachebrok, co. Warwick, and the hays 
at Eccleshale, and also the coney burrows at Ichincton, co. Warwick, 
and Sallowe, co. Derby, during the late voidance of the same bishopric, 
hunted therein, and cut down trees, fished in its stews at the said towns of 
Cannokbury, Ekleshale, Heywode, Brewode, Frees, Ichyncton and Sallowe, 
and at Lichfield, co. Stafford, and Chadeleshunte, co. Warwick, and broke 
the houses of the bishopric at the said towns and took and carried away 
lead, iron, locks, and timber of the houses, and the fish, trees and deer. 

By K. 



Aug. 4. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne, 



MEMBRANE dOd. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford, Richard de la 
Bere and John do Trillawe, on complaint by the abbot of Rewley by Oxford 
that Robert de Maundevill, John 'Roberdesman de Maundevill,' John Mar- 
myon, the elder, Nicholas de Honterecombe, Benedict le Engleys, Richard 
de Fykeneye of Ippesdene, Warin de Wodesdon, Gilbert de Fikeni, Philip 
Osebem of Walingford, William Pope of Ippesden, John Herdewyk, John 
Somter of Ippesdene, Luke Flonte of Nettelebedd, and John atte Grene- 
lane of Henle with others broke and burned his houses at Nettlebedde and 
Bensington, co. Oxford, cut down his trees, and took and carried away his 
trees and goods. By p.s. 



July 28. 
Overton. 



July 21. 
York. 



MEMBRANE 29d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bousser, E. de Passele, 
Robert de Asshele and Roger de Luda, on complaint by Master John 
Walewayn, king's clerk, that whereas he sent his men and servants beyond 
the seas to buy cloth for his livery and they freighted a ship at Whitsand 
to bring the same to London, Stephen Condy of Sandwich, and Richard 
Trewe of Graveshend, mariners, and others, boarded the ship coming by 
the sea coast in the Thames near Canterbury, co. Kent, assaulted the men 
in her, and took and carried away the said cloth. By writ of secret seal. 

The like to the same justices on "Complaint by Philip Walewayn, 
merchant, that the said Stephen and Richard with others boarded the said 
ship and took and carried away his goods and merchandise. 

By writ of secret seal. 

The like to the same justices on like complaint by Richard Wroth. 

By writ of secret seal. 

The like to the same justices on like complaint by Richard Many word 
of the Hay, merchant. By writ of secret seal. 

The like to the same justices on like complaint by William Norman of 
Hereford, merchant. By writ of secret seal. 

The like to John Randolf, Ralph de Bereford and Robert de Estden, 
on complaint by William de Meret, merchant of Genoa, that whereas 
he and his fellows, merchants of Genoa, lately put into the port of 
Suthampton with goods, merchandise, harness and armour, and lodged in 



16 EDWABD II.— Pabt 1. 



251 



1322. 



July 21. 
York. 



Membrane 2d(i — cont, 

the inn of Henry de Lyme, burgess of that town, Bichard Forst, the 
mayor, and John le Barber, the baili£f of the town, took and carried away 
their said armour, viz. plates, bascinets, collarets, gauntlets, cuisses and 
other armour for the munition of sixteen men. By pet. of C. 

The like to the same justices on petition before the king and Council in 
the Parliament at York by the said William deMeret, merchant of Genoa, the 
attorney of Francis Bonaventure and John de Fornet and other merchants, 
their fellows, touching two great ships which lately put into the port of 
Suthampton, that whereas ho and others of his said fellows put in there 
with the said ships laden with their wares to trade, and afterwards before the 
ships were discharged it was agreed between them and John de Vaus, late 
customer of that town, that for every bale of alum, wax or other merchan- 
dise in the ships which should be sold at Southampton, a certain sum 
should be paid as more fully appears by indenture made between them ; 
and whereas relying upon this indenture, they discharged their said ships, 
and sold a great part of the said goods and offered to the customer the cus- 
tom thereon, the customer repudiated the agreement and exacted a greater 
amount not only upon what they had sold but upon the residue which they 
had not been able to sell, and which they wished to take elsewhere by sea to 
trade with, and he also arrested the said goods and still detains them. 

By pet. of C. 

The like to the same justices on like petition before the king and Council 
in the said Parliament on complaint by William de Meriet and his fellows, 
merchants of Genoa, that Nicholas de Barflet, W^illiam de Barflet, Richard 
Leg*, Andrew le Proud, Boger le 8uour and Boger Hildemer and others, 
took and carried away their goods at Southampton. By pet. of C. 



July 21. 
York. 



July 21. 
York. 



MEMBRANE 2S(l. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spygurnel, Bobert de Aston 
and William de Bradewell on complaint by Thomas, bishop of Worcester, 
touching the persons who broke his hedges and ditches at Hambury by 
Droitwich, co. Worcester, depastured and trampled his grass there, and cut 
down and carried away his trees there and at Fladebury, co. Worcester. 

The like to Henry Beaufiz, William Botereux and Bobert Miles touching 
the persons who broke the parks of queen Isabel at Bostormel, Penlyn, 
Climmesland, Liskiret, Lanteglos and Tremynton, co. Cornwall, hunted 
therein and carried away deer. 



MEMBRANE 27d. 

Aug. 8. Commission of oyer and terminer to Bobert de Malberthorp, Roger de 

Pelton. Somervill and Robert de Scorburgh on complaint by the abbot of Meaux 
that Walter del Bakhous of Stokesle, John and Bobert his sons, and 
WiUiam de Gisburn with others brkoe his houses at Skipse in Holdemesse, 
CO. York, burnt the timber thereof, lead away six horses of the price of 40Z., 
cut down and uprooted trees, fished in his stews and carried away fish, trees 
and other goods. By p.s. 

MEMBRANE 26(1. 

Aug. 9. Association of Adam de Brom, in the room of William de Byngham, 

Alnwick. deceased, with John de Doneoastre and Bichard de Bemyngeham on a 




252 CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1322. 



Membrane 26</ — cont. 



like commission issued upon the complaint of Walter de le Bakhouse of 
Stokesleye that Adam, ahbot of Meaux, and others [p. 248] took and 
carried away his goods at York. 



MEMBRANE 2id. 

Dec. 2. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bello Campo of Somersete, 

York. William de Bourn, John de la Fosse, Peter de Colswayn, on complaint by 

Ralph de Gorges touching the persons who broke his park at Wroxhale, co. 

Somerset, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said Ralph touching 
the breach of his park at Lucton, co. Dorset. By p.s. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by John de Clyvedon 
touching the persons who broke his park at Clyvedon, co. Somerset. 

By p.s. 



MEMBRANE 23d. 

Sept. 6. Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spygurnel, John de Cantebrige, 

Fenham. Simon de Brunne and Nicholas Fastolf, on complaint by Thomas de Eye, 
parson of the church of Aylyngton, that John de Goushill, William de 
Manthorp, chaplain. Master John de Beby, Roger his brother, Warin de 
Benyfeld, chaplain, John de Hameldon, chaplain, William le Teynturer of 
Huntyngdon, William de Tademarton, clerk, Richard Knyvet, John de 
Seint Mark, John le Lord of Aylyngton, Thomas de Yarewell, Robert his 
son, William de Meriee of Walmesford, William de Caus of Rokyngl^m, 
Richard son of Paulinus de Hale, John Blogwyne of Undele, William de 
Tyndale of Tansore, Henry Prat of Apethorp, Henry le Vicary of Burgh, 
Richard de Goushill of Pyncebek, John Redberd of Apethorp, Peter de 
Rydelyngton, John de Bolesworth, John de Staunford of Nassyngton, John 
Phelip of Tansore, Geoffrey de Thomhawe of Walmesford, Thomas IBullok 
of Glatton, Simon Gerard of Walmesford, William Adekyn of Clyve, William 
Demaund of Staunford, William Parker of Walmesford, Henry Ros of 
Wodeneuton, Robert de Dodyngton, chaplain, Thomas de Lyndon, John do 
Bradecrof t of Staunford, Richard de Wappenham, William * Frererichardes- 
neve de Suthorp,' Robert de Cleydon, John de Blesworth, Richard de 
Harwedon, William Bygge of Apethorp, John Rande of Undele, John de 
Folkesworth of Stebyngton, Edmund * Roberdesserjaunt de Wassyngle,* 
Ralph de Paston, Robert Reve of Peterborough, Henry le Walsh, William 
de Deen, Robert de Hale of Clyve, Robert le Spenser of Walmesford, Thomas 
Rybold of Pyncebek, Hugh Templer of Badyngton, William de Ufford, 
Nicholas de Mateshale of Hunt3mgdon, William his brother, Hubert de 
Blatherwyk, John de Hale, chaplain, Reginald, prior of Huntyngdon, John 
de Pappeworth, his fellow canon, Stephen de Folkesworth, chaplain, 
William de Osgodby, chaplain, John Gurle of Cotherstoke, John Barre of 
Hale, Firmin le Tayllur of Staunford, Richard Dolle of Undele, William le 
Goldsmyth of Undele, Osbert de Blatherwyk, William son of William 
le Fevre of Apethorp, John son of Richard Holt of Neuton, John de 
Walmesford, and Robert Ballard of Walmesford, and others, broke his 
close and houses at Aylyngton, co. Huntingdon, by night, took and led 
away two horses of the price of 102., and carried away his goods, and 
assaulted his servants. By p.s. 



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258 



1322. 

Sept. 20. 

Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 



Membrane 2Sd — cont. 

The like to Richard de la Bere, Adam de Brom and John de Trillowe, on 
complaint by the abbot of Rewley by Oxford that Robert de Maundevill, 
John *Robertesman de Maundevill,' John Marmion, the elder, Benedict le 
Engleys, Richard de Pykeneye of Ippesden, Warin de Wodesdon, Gilbert 
de Pykeneye, Philip Osbern of Walyngford, William Pope of Ippesden, 
John Herdewyk, John Somter of Ippesden, Luke Plonte of Nitelebedde, 
John Attegrenelane of Henle, Roger Hewys of Stoke, William le Orpede, 
Ralph Saleman, Richard Mogeputte, William Mogeputte, Richard le Fevre 
[of] Dorcestre, Adam Anketil, Nicholas atte Barre, Richard de Hattecumbe, 
John de Wengrave, John Burgeys, Thomas de Shipton, Geoffrey atte 
Hide, John atte Hide, Thomas le Flcxher, Henry atte Orchard, Alice 
Whiteman, Thomas Whiteman, John Elewas, William Whiteman, John 
Howes and Joan his wife, John Whiteman, Geoffrey de Nettlebedde, 
chaplain, Roger atte Ovene of Walyngford, Edmund le Crek, William 
le Crokere, Adam Costard, Thomas de Topthorn, Hugh atte Hole, 
John Gerard, Christiana Deynes of Walyngford, Margery Deynes, 
John le Fevre, Nicholas atte Brok, Hugh le Orpede, John Meriet, 
Geoffrey le Goul, Philip le Teynturer of Walyngford, Denis (Dionisius) le 
Fleshewere of Walyngford, Roger Batecok, John Cotel, John Woderugge, 
William Tracy, Ralph atte Feld, William son of Lucy [Liicie) Hering*, 
Geoffrey Aubel of Bensynton and Nicholas atte Brok and others broke and 
burnt his houses at Netlebedde and Bensynton, co. Oxford, felled his trees 
and carried away the trees and other goods of his. 



Oct. 28. 
York. 



MEMBRANE 22d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Wilugby, Robert de 
Thorp and William de la Launde, on complaint by Thomas son of Bernard 
that Ralph de Dal ton, Ivo, parson of the church of Fynghale, Richard de 
Knoston, Peter Russel, parson of the church of Etton, Thomas de Aigneux, 
John le Barkere of Etton, Edward Charles, Adam * Edwardserjaunt,' 
Richard Bretton, Roger le Procuratour, John Waryn, Bernard de Picke worth, 
Nicholas Morel, William Benet of Milton and John le Provost of Thorp, and 
others, entered by night his manor at Milton, co. Northampton, broke 
his houses and chests, took away 16 horses, 24 oxen, and 22 swine of the 
price of 462., and other goods and 6 charters and sundry writings and 
muniments, and assaulted his servants. 



MEMBRANE 20J. 

Oct. 7. Commission of oyer and terminer to Lambert de Trikyngham, John 

Yarin. Chaynel, John de Stikeneye and Dominic de Bucton, on complaint by 
Isabel, daughter of Hugh de Spanneby, that Eustace Bozon, William 
TaiUiour, John Scoter, Richard son of Joceus de Hagh, Thomas Parlebien, 
John Parlebien, John Michel, Ralph Taillour, Anselm son of John de 
Poynton, Thomas son of Alan Jurdan, William le Clerk, William Ferour, 
John Baret, and John his brother, Robert Jurdan, John * of the Werk ' of 
Spaldyng, Thomas Rudde, Robert Chamberleyn, John Shether, James le 
Harpour, Adam *of the Werk,' Ranulph le Portier, John Wode, William 
Horebore, Richard Wynter, Roger Cokerel, William del Bachous, Robert 
Pestel, Nicholas son of Alan, Lambert Swan, John Shereman, Alan Hebbe, 
Gilbert son of Lucy de Weston, and others entered her close and houses at 
Poynton, co. Lincoln, broke her chests and carried away her goods and 
muniments, and assaulted her servants. By p.s. 



266 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1 goo Membrane 14(/ — cont, 

voidance at Ichinton and Chadeleshunte, co. Warwick, fished in the stews 
there and at Tachebrok, felled trees at Tachebrok, and carried away the 
fish and trees. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said bishop that John 
son of Adam de Ruggelegh and Richard son of John de Wenlok of Stafford 
and others entered the parks of the bishopric at Longedon, Heywode, 
Eccleshale and Brewode, co. Stafford, the chaces, hays and woods of the 
bishopric at the said towns and at Cannokbury and Ruggelegh, co. Stafford, 
and at Preez, co. Salop, during the late voidance of the see, hunted therein, 
felled trees, fished in the stews there and at Lichefeld, co. Stafford, broke the 
houses of the bishopric there and carried away lead, iron, locks and timber, 
fish and trees and took deer in the said parks, chaces and hays. 

Nov. 25. The like to Edmund de Nevill, Robert de Shireboum and John de 

York. Lancastre touching the persons who entered the king's park at Holand, co. 

Lancaster, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. 

Dec. 2. Association of Henry Spigumel, John de Foxle and Elias de Godele with 

York. John de Benstede, John de Cantebrigg and Robert de Asshele in a com- 
mission of oyer and terminer issued on complaint by Humphrey de 
Waleden that John de Godele and Thomas atte Forde seized and imprisoned 
him at Berkhamstede, co. Hertford. 

Dec. 8. Commission de wallita etfossatis to Thomas de Houk, Gerard de Usflet 

York. and John son of Richard de Whitegift [for the banks of the river Ouse] in 
the parts of Merklond between the river Ayre and Trentefal, co. York. 



MEMBRANE I2d, 

Dec. 10. Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Malberthorp, Peter de 

Haddlesey. Ludyngton, and William de la Launde on complaint by the abbot of 
Vaudey and of John le Frere, a lay brother of the house, that John Belle 
of Swaveton, Alan de Boleby of Bylyngburgh, and Andrew Em of 
Bylyngburgh, and others, assaulted the said John le Frere at Roppesle, co. 
Lincoln. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by the said abbot that the same 
persons entered his manor at Roppesle, broke certain of his houses and the 
doors and windows of other of his houses there, and carried away his goods. 

MEMBRANE lid. 

Dec. 26. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Thorp, Simon de Hedersete 

York. and John Claver, on complaint by Thomas son of Richard de Walsyngham 
that John atte Cros, Simon de la Sale, Peter atte Mille, Robert de Flitcham, 
Henry atte Tounende, John Burgeys, Simon Burgeys, Henry Bony, Denis 
son of Thomas, William Shepherde, and Hamo Legistre of Witton, and 
others, broke his free fold lately erected in his soil at Witton, co. Norfolk, 
and took 200 of his sheep there and impounded them, so that the greater 
part of them died, and carried away his hurdles and other goods. By E. 

MEMBRANE 1(W. • 

Dec. 80. Commission de walliis etfossatis to Thomas de Houk and William Basset 

York. [for the banks of the river Ouse] from Berlaywaterhous to Avremynne, and 
thence upon the river Ayre to the ferry of Carleton by Snayth, co. York. 



16 EDWARD II.— Pabt 1. 



267 



1323. 

Jan. 2. 
Haddlesey. 



Membrane lOd — eont. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bonsser, John de Ljston 
and John le Porter, on complaint by Hugh de Lollesworth touching the 
persons who took and carried away his goods at Fynchingfeld, co. Essex, 
and abducted Maud, daughter and servant of the said Hugh. By K. 



Jan. 19. 

Stow Park. 



MEMBRANE 9d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Lambert de Trikyngham, Nicholas 
de Bolyngbrok and Bichard de Whatton, on complaint by John son of 
Simon de Waynflet that John Wace de Toft of Waynflet, Thomas 
de Wiktoft of Friston, Thomas son of Hawise de Leek, William 
de Thorn of Northolm, Henry Butte of Waynflet, Walter Hemmyng of 
Friskeneye, and others, broke his close at Waynflet, co. Lincoln, cut his 
com there by night and carried it away. By p.s. 



MEMBRANE 6d. 

Commission to Henry de Prestwold, Bichard de Eggebaston and Robert 
de Stok to deliver the gaol of Leycestre of Thomas de Pyrley and John 
Dodeman of Leghton, prisoners detained therein for the death of Nicholas 
Patrik. 



Jan. 80. 
Newark. 



Feb. 6. 
Wellow. 



Feb. 18. 
Pontefraot. 



MEMBRANE 5d. 

Association of Stephen de Chellesfeld in a commission de wdlliis et 
fossatis directed to Brobert de Bardelby, William de Leycestre, Robert de 
Eelleseye, or two of them, and John de Merton, touching a breach on the 
bank on the river Thames between the towns of Grenwych and Wolwych, 
CO. Kent. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Stonore and John de 
Bousser touching the persons who seditiously entered the castle of Walyng- 
ford, CO. Berks, wherein Maurice de Berkeleye and Hugh Daudele, the elder, 
and other prisoners were detained, and held it against the king ; as the 
king now understands that the said Maurice and Hugh and the other 
prisoners consented thereto, and kept the castle against the king jointly 
with the said persons. By K. 

The like to Thomas de Qardinis, Richard de la Bere, John le Botiller of 
Lanultut and Thomas de Achecote, on complaint by William Aylmer, 
parson of the church of Dadyngton, that John de Wynton, William de 
Skelton, Robert le Bretoun of Dadyngton, John Stedeman, Robert le 
Cartere, John Wadde, John Mare, Richard *Intelane,* Hugh Kyng, Henry 
Luffyng, John Rotour, Adam Hayot, John Blake, John le Fychere, 
Richard le Suour, Adam Aungevyn, Alexander le Bar[ker], John le 
English, Richard Ruglish, William Neuman, William Gylot, John Hony- 
man, William Mayo, John de Oxonia, John Gerveys, Ralph de Bereford, 
Thomas 8u[our], John le Mouner, John le Lokiere, John Neugh, Margery 
Gygour, Margery North, William Gygour, John le Fullere, Simon Oache- 
frensh, Robert Perkyn, Simon < Thepersonsheldere,' Walter de Mildecoumbe, 
Henry Pertrik of Wodestoke, Hugh le Mouner, Vincent de Storteford of 
London, ' wolmongere,' Adam Hocard of Dadynton, 'mazoun,' Hugh 
Andreu, William Dobbe, Thomas Cok, William le Suour of Dadynton, 

21962 B 



268 CALENDAB OF PATENT BOLLS. 



1323. 



Membrane 6d — eonU 



Bichard Bifeld, Nicholas Carlot, Simon le Sclatiere, Gilbert Eempe, 
Gilbert de Berewyk, William Symple, Hugh de Tankevill, Henry de 
Tankevill, Richard de Perle of Drayton, John le Heyward of Sutton by 
Abyndon, Thomas Musard of Brakele, Hugh Puddyng of Wodestoke, 
Thomas Reyson, Philip Bacun, William Walrond, Richard le Smith, 
Ralph le Peyntour, William Duryval, Robert Honyman, Robert le Cartere, 
John de Upton, John le Taillour of Aynho, Richard de Owynge, Richard 
* Jonesmanfachel,* John Crul of Redynge, John Campo, William atte Bourne, 
Hugh Blundel, William de London, John BoUenheved, Robert le Cartere, 
John de Sheperugge, Thomas de Wynchyndon, chaplain, Adam de Berewyk 
of the Chouweseye of Redyngg, John, abbot of Nutele, John de Tettesworth, 
his fellow canon, Thomas Judde, ' the abbotesbailif * of Nutele, William le 
Glasiere of Redyng, John Gobvent of Redyng, John de Scours, Ralph Mouncy 
of Redyng, Adam le Peintour of Redyng, Walter de Staunton, Henry 
Aylmar, Richard atte Mulle of Bereford St. Michael, Robert le Justere, 
Richard le Longe, John son of Roger atte Forde, John Berteweye, Richard 
le Bonde, John le Hoppere, Richard Perkyn, Richard de Brakele of 
Dadynton, Robert Cokel of Dadynton, Philip Ageward, John Ageward, 
Robert Sprotun, William Honyman, Thomas Jones, Richard Gerveseye, 
John Perkyn, *Roggersman atte Forde,' Adam Gerveise, *Richardsman 
atte Mersh,' and Roger Broun, and others, broke his houses at Dadynton 
and Cayeresham, co. Oxford, and took and carried away his goods. 



MEMBRANE 2d. 

Feb. 12. Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de la Bere, Adam de Brom 
Pontefract. and John de Trillowe on complaint by the abbot of Rewley by Oxford that 
Robert de Maundevill, John *Roberdesman de Maundevill,* John Marmyon, 
Benedict English, Richard de Pynkenye of Ippesden, Warin de Wodesdon, 
Gilbert de Pynkenye, Philip Osbeme, William Pope of Ippesden, John de 
Herdewyk, John le Soutere of Ippesden, Luke Plonte of Netilebed, John 
atte Grenelane of Henle, Roger Hewys of Stok, William le Horpede, Ralph 
Seleman, Richard Mogepitt, William Mogepitt, Richard le Fevre of 
Dorkechestre, Adam Angetil, Nicholas atte Barre, Richard de Hattecoumbe, 
John de Wengrave, John Burgeis, Thomas de Skipton, Geoffrey atte Hide, 
John atte Hide, Thomas Flexher, Henry atte Orcharde, Alice Whitman, 
Thomas Whitman, John El was, William Whitman, John Howes, John 
Whitman, Geofifrey de Netlebede, chaplain, Roger atte Novene of 
Walyngford, Edmund le Clerk, William le Crokkere, Adam Costard, 
Thomas Tophorn, Hugh atte Hole, John Gerard, Christiana Deynes 
of Walyngford, Margery Deynes, John le Smith of Walyngford, John 
le Smith of Huntercumbe, Nicholas atte Brok, John Meriet, Geoffrey 
le Goule, Philip le Deyer of Walyngford, William le Deyer of Walyngford, 
Denise (Dionisia) le Fleshewere of Walyngford, Roger Batecok, John Cotel, 
John Woderugge, William Tracy, Ralph atte Felde, William son of Letice 
{Leticie) Heryng, Geoffrey Aubel, William de Maundevill, John de Arle and 
Isabel his wife, Ranulph * Jonesprest de Arle,* Thomas Stormyn, William 
Elsefeld, Robert de London of Dorkchestre, Walter Stevene, William 
* Abovethebrok Oftheoke,* Walter vicar of the church of Clopcote, Agnes 
le Pouere of Dorkechestre, Thomas Alisaundre, Richard Pouere, Roger atte 
Blakefinne of Dorkechestre, Nicholas Lucas of Drayton, Walter Springard of 
Dorkechestre, Joan Draboun, Christiana Draboun, Richard Nundat, Thomas 
Eustace, William Curre, William de MoUesfopd, William Maymond of 
Bensynton, Nicholas de Huntercombe, William de Faucoumberge, Humphrey 
Coleman 'Of the newelme,' John Coulth, < smith,* <0f the newelme,' 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 1. 



259 



1823. 



Meynbrane 2d — cont. 



March 1. 
Knares- 
borough. 



March 1. 

EnaiBs- 

borough. 



Joan Abothebrok, William Dm, Roger Abothebrok, Robert Bernard, John 
le Goal del Oke, Robert Ailrich of Bensinton, Simon Prodhomme, John 
atte Brok of Bensinton, William Lynote of Chalgrave, John atte Grove of 
Berewyk, Robert Kyng, Henry Pek, John Somer, Robert Pegge, Thomas 
Est, Robert son of Thomas le Kyng, John Bolt, William Sweyn, Thomas 
Tornepayn, John Kempe, John Edward, John Runceval, Sibyl la Eeu of 
Berewyk, John Croke del Oke, John Shet, Geoffrey Josep', John de Wy of 
Bensinton, Thomas Cotel, John Burgeys, William Ravenyng of Bensinton, 
John Buldri of Dorkechestre, William Burgeys of Bensinton, Henry le Keu 
of Bensinton, William le Foxe of Bensinton, Walter de Meldebonrn of 
Walyngford, * tavemer,' Alan de Clopcote, Thomas Ale3m of Croumersh, 
Thomas le Deyere of Walyngford, Nicholas le Coupere of Crou[mersh], John 
Fairman of Ewelme, John atte Lane of Warbourgh, William Sugge of 
Warbourgh, William Prime of Walyngford, Richard Adam of Warbourgh, 
Hugh atte Hole of Huntercoumbe, Edmund Crok, Walter Loveday of 
Mongewelle, Cicely Osebern of Walyngford, Richard Ailward, Walter, 
vicar of the church of Culham, William de Oxon' of Henle, Gilbert 
Dru of Henle, John Geffreyesbailif de Hautevill, Roger Alvred of 
Croumersh, Thomas ' Jonessone le Reve ' of Croumersh, John Randolf 
of Croumersh, John atte Forthere, Eva daughter of Thomas le Soutere 
of Walyngford, Agnes late the wife of Hugh atte Hole of Huntercoumbe, 
Walter Ammory, Richard Shortrede of Walyngford, John Theofle, Walter 
son of William Stevene of Clopton, Adam le Shepherd of Bensinton, 
Peter de Compton of Croumersh, Joan daughter of Richard le Muleward 
of Rutherefeld, Thomas Costard of Huntercoumbe, William German of 
Brittewell, Roger atte Russh of Newenham, Richard, parson of the church 
of Brittewell, Christian de Newenton, Adam Angetil of Wathitton [recHus 
Watlinton], Walter Symple, John Tony, John le Fleshewere, Adam Soutere 
and John Bonde with others broke and burnt his houses at Nettelebedde and 
Bensinton, co. Oxford, felled his trees and carried away his trees and other 
goods. 

The like to Roger Beler, Hugh de Meygvill, Henry de Hambury and 
Ralph de Mountejoie touching the persons who entered the king's chaces of 
Nedwod, co. Stafford, and Di^eld, co. Derby, broke his parks there, hunted 
in the said chaces and parks and carried away deer and assaulted the king's 
foresters and other ministers. By p.s. 

The like to Henry de Cobham, John de Ifeld and William Wolf, supplying 
the place of Edmund, earl of Kent, warden of the Cinque Ports, on the 
request by letter of James, king of Aragon, setting forth that whereas 
Dominic Marrades, of his dominion, lately trading in Flanders, sent a 
certain common agent in two galleys of the realm of Majorca, of one of 
which William de Bona was master (patronuti) and of the other Angelinus 
Escot, with divers cloths, silver, copper, tin and other merchandise, to the 
value of 6102. to the parts of the said dominion of the king, viz., to Francis 
Marrades, citizen of Valencia, brother of the said Dominic and his partner 
in business ; and whereas whilst one of the said galleys was off Caleys and 
the other off Sandwich, divers persons from those ports and the county of 
Kent and elsewhere in the king's dominions with divers ships attacked them 
piratically, seized the galleys and took them to the Isle of Thanet, co. Kent, 
and carried away part of the goods, and then took the galleys with the 
residue of the goods to Sandwich, within the liberty of the Cinque Ports, 
and there divided the residue of the goods amongst themselves, and having 
robbed the masters and mariners of their goods and clothing permitted 
them so to depart. By p.s. 



260 . CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



]^523. Membrane 2rf — cont. 

Feb. 27. Commission to Edmund, earl of Kent, the king's brother, John de 
borouSi^ Hastynges, the king's kinsman, Ralph Basset, John Pecche, John de 
rougn. Wysbam, knights, and Geoffrey le Scrop, to meet at Carlisle and to degrade 
Andrew de Hartcla, earl of Carlisle, a traitor to the king and the realm, 
whom the king lately girded with the sword of an earl, and to pronounce 
judgment upon him according to the tenor of a schedule sent herewith. 
[Fcedera.] By p.s. 



(261 ) 



16 EDWARD II.— Paet 2. 



1323. 

March 8. 
Knares- 
borough. 



March 2. 
Knares- 
boroogh. 



March 1. 
Kn&res- 
borough* 



March 8. 
Knares- 
borough. 



MEMBRANE 25. 

Commission to Edmund, earl of Kent, the king's 'brother, to array all 
fencible men of the counties of Cumberland, Westmoreland and Lancaster, 
and of the parts of Craven, co. York, so as to be ready by Palm Sunday or 
sooner, after three days notice, to march against the Scots, who are prepar- 
ing to invade the realm. [FarL Writs,] By K. 
The like to the following in the following counties : — 

John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, in the parts of Richemundshire, co. 

York. 
David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, co. Northumberland. 
Walter Waldeshef, in the High Peak, co. Derby. 
Oliver de Ingham, co. Chester. 
John Pecche and John de Hardeshull, co. Warwick. 
Henry de Bello Monte and William de Eyme, co. Lincoln. 
John de Segrave and Bobert de Mauley, co. Nottingham and Derby, 

except *le Pek.' 
John de Crumwell and William de Aune in the parts of Donecastre and 

the wapentake of Strafford, co. York. 
John de Wysham and John de Rithre in the West Riding, co. York, 

except the parts of Donecastre and the wapentake of Strafford. 
William le Latimer, in the North Riding, co. York, except the parts 

of Richemundshire. 
Thomas Wake, in Holdemesse and the East Riding, co. York. 
Ralph Basset, co. Stafford. i 

Stephen de Segrave and Ralph de Grendon, co. Leycestre. 
Ralph de NeviU, in the bishopric of Durham. [Pari, Writs,] 

Grant to the abbot and convent of Burton on Trent, co. Stafford, for the 
relief of the abbey, which has been- impoverished by the rebels, of the 
advowsons of the churches of TatenhuU and Hambury, late of Thomas, earl 
of Lancaster, a rebel ; with licence to appropriate the same in mortmain. 

By p.s. 

Licence for the appropriation in mortmain by the said abbot and convent 
of the said churches without any new presentations thereto by them ; the 
appropriations are to have the full effect as if the abbot and convent made 
new presentations. By E. 

Protection with clause volumus until Michaelmas for Thomas de Gray, 
staying on the king's service on the munition of the castle of Norham, in 
the Marches of Scotland. By E. 

The like for Thomas Heryng, staying there in the company of the said 
Thomas. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the prior of Tynemuth. 

The like for the following : — 
Master William de Quykham. 
William de Herle. 
Walter, vicar of the church of Risele* 



262 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 



March 9. 

Knares- 
boroogh. 



March 8. 
Enares- 
borough. 



March 10. 

Enares- 
borongh. 

March 10. 

Knares- 
borough. 



March 9« 

Enares- 
borough. 



March 11. 
Knares- 
boroQgh« 



Mevnbrane 25 — conU, 

Bertrand de Asserio, warden of the house of St. Cross without Win- 
chester. 

The abbot of Waltham Holy Cross. 

Master Robert de Balne, parson of the church of Herthill. 

Robert de Holdene, parson of the church of Halton on Trent. 

The prior of Okebum. 

Simon Croyser, king's serjeant. 

Master John de Shordich. 

Master William de Bray, prebendary of Copford, in the church of 
St. Paul, London. 

Gerard Dorons. 

Alice la Palmere. 

Robert de Chameles, parson of the church of Swepston. 

Master Simon de Evesham, parson of the church of Stanlak. 

John de Merlawe, parson of the church of Navesby. 

William de Thometoft, clerk. 

Robert de Marchumleye, master of the hospital of St. Nicholas, 
Nantwich. 

Grant to Henry le Scrop, in extension of a former grant to him for life 
of the lands late of Andrew de Hartcla, a rebel, in Caldewell and Uckerby 
in the parts of Richemundshire, and also of the lands late of Master Michael 
de Hartcla, a rebel, in Herneby, which as escheats were in the king's hands, 
of the corn growing thereon. 

By K. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Licence, at the request of Robert de Eendale, for the alienation in 
mortmain by John de Fomeaux of Bercham, to the prior and friars of 
the house of St. Cross, Bercham, of a messuage and 52 acres of land and 
half an acre of meadow in Bercham ; and also that the said prior and his 
successors shall have a fold for 120 sheep on their own land in that town 
within the lordship of the said John. By E. on the like information. 

Commission to Anthony de Lucy, to array all the fencible men of the 
counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland. [Pari. Writs,] French, 

By K. on the like information. 

Mandate to Roger Beler to deliver to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, 
in fulfilment of a grant made to him by the king on 16 July last, the 
castle, town, manor and honor of Donyngton, co. Leicester, with all the 
liberties thereof and the receipts from the time in which the same came 
into his hands, late of Henry de Lacy, sometime earl of Lincoln, and 
which by the death of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, the tenant thereof, a 
rebel, came into the king's hands as an escheat, and which being in the 
king's hands, Alesia de Lacy, daughter and heir of the said Henry and late 
the wife of the said earl of Lancaster, quit claimed to the king. By p.s. 

Protection for one year for Stephen Alard, king's merchant, his men, 
ships and goods, going to divers parts to trade. By K. 

The like for Robert de Bataille. 

Pardon to John Pinzon of Lincoln and Maud his wife for acquiring 
without licence from John son of Thomas de Welby of Canewyk, 12 acres 
of land in Canewyk, held in chief, which the said John son of Thomas had 
acquired from Elias Martel, and also the like acquisition of 5 acres of land 
there, held in chief, from the said Elias. By fine of half a mark. 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 2. 



268 



1323. 

March 10. 
Knares- 
borough. 



March 7. 
Enares- 
borough. 

March 12. 
Enares- 
borough. 



Membrane 25 — cont. 

Grant in fee simple to Kichard de Denton of all the lands in the counties 
of Cumberland, Westmoreland and York, sometime of Edmund de Boy^'ill, 
which Andrew de Hartcla lately acquired in fee from him, and which by 
reason of the rebellion of the said Andrew came into the king's hands as an 
escheat. Grant also to the said lUchard and his heirs, of the reversion of all 
the lands which he and Agnes his wife hold in dower of the said Agnes of the 
lands of John de Boyvill, sometime her husband, of the inheritance of the 
said Edmund, and which by pretext of a grant which the said Edmund 
made thereof to the said Andrew upon the death of the said Agnes ought 
to remain over to the said Andrew and his heirs, but which on account of 
the treason of the said Andrew revert to the king, and of the reversion 
of the lands which Joan, late the wife of William de Boyvill holds in 
dower or otherwise for the term of her life of the same inheritance, and 
which by reason of a like grant ought to revert to the said Andrew as 
above, to hold to the said Richard to the value of 50/. a year of land ; any 
excess over that value to be paid by him into the Exchequer. By p.s. 

Reginald, abbot of Beaubec (de Bello Becco), staying beyond the seas, 
has letters nominating John Malebraunche and Roger Gavene his attorneys 
in Ireland for four years. Hertford. By fine of 20.s. 

Ralph de Brampton, a monk of Thomeye^ bringing news of the death 
of William de Clopton, late abbot of that place, has letters for the prior 
and convent of licence to elect. By K. 



March 4. 
Knares- 
borough. 



March 8. 
Knares- 
borough. 



March 6. 
Enares- 
borongh. 



March 8. 
Enarc&- 
borongb. 



March 6. 
Enares- 
boroogb. 



MEMBRANE 24. 

Commission to John Beek, Richard de Tissebury, William Aylmer and 
John de Staunton to audit and receive the account of Richard de Foxcote 
of all the issues and profits of the manors of Shipton, Boreford, Sevemestok, 
Yates, Oxindon, Irenacton, and Thornbury, which came into the king's 
hands by the forfeiture of rebels during the whole time in which the said 
Richard had the custody thereof. By K. 

Presentation of John de Borham of London to the church of Great 
Leghes in the diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of the lands 
of Humphrey de Bohun, late earl of Hereford and Essex, being in his 
hands. By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Pardon to William de Tumby for the death of Hugh Maykyn, whereof 
he is indicted, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s. 

The like to Thomas de Tumby for the same. 

Appointment during pleasure of Walter de Wyntreton to the bailiwick of 
the forestership of the forest of Leycestre. By p.s. 

Mandate to Robert de Gaddesby, keeper of certain lands in the countv of 
Leicester, which are in the king's hands, to deliver the said bailiwick to 
him. 

Grant during pleasure to Adam de Bilburgh of the bailiwick of the 
forestership of Morehaye in the bailiwick of Clyve within the forest of Rok- 
yngham, in the same manner as others have had it. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to Aymer de Valence, earl of Pembroke, keeper of 
the forest beyond Trent. 



264 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 

March 10. 
Knares- 
borough. 



March 9. 

EDares- 
borough. 



March 11. 

Knares- 
borough. 



Membrane 24— *con<. 

Power during pleasure to Anthony de Lucy to receive into the king's 
peace those persons of Scotland who wish to come in. 

By K. in the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

Protection with clause volumus until midsummer for William Hurtyn, 
going beyond the seas on the king's service. 

The like for the following going to Scotland on the king's service : — 
John de Ive, 



John Bataille, 
Robert Makefaire 



king's mariners. 



Commission to John de Bello Campo, Robert son of Payn and Walter 
de Pavely, the younger, to levy in the counties of Somerset, Dorset and 
Wilts, 500 archers, footmen, and to lead them to the king at Newcastle 
upon Tyne by the octaves of St. John the Baptist, to set forth thence at 
the king's wages against the Scots. [Pari. Writs.] By E. 

The like to the following : — 

John de Sancto Johanne and John de Scures, to levy 500 archers in 

the county of Southampton. 
Edward de Sancto Johanne, Roger Bavent and Alan de Boxhull to levy 

500 archers in the county of Sussex and the Weald. 
John de Pabenham and Thomas de la Haye, to levy 800 archers, in the 

counties of Essex and Hertford. 
William de Ercalwe, Fulk de Pembruge and William de Shetelton, 

to levy 500 archers in the counties of Salop and Stafford. 
John Darcy, to levy 400 archers in the county of Lancaster. 
Walter WaJdeshef, to levy 800 archers in the Peak. 
Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, to levy 1,000 archers in the 
counties of Gloucester and Hereford and in the forest of Dene. 
[Farl. Writs.] 
Afterwards, 2 June, the king being at Thorp by York, and a truce made 
with the Scots until thirteen years after 12 June following, it was com- 
manded to the above commissioners to surcease the execution of the premises 
as more fully appears on the dorse of the Close Roll under the same date. 
[Pari. Wnts.] 

Commission to David de Strabolgi, earl of Athol, to array all fencible 
men in the county of Northumberland and to muster them at some fixed 
place if the Scots should invade the realm, or otherwise to come to the 
king with victuals for three weeks. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like to Anthony de Lucy in the counties of Cumberland and West- 
moreland. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like to Walter Waldeshef in the Peak, co. Derby ; he is to muster 
the forces at Lancaster at once, so as to be able to join the king when 
required wherever he may be. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like to the following, to muster at Lancaster : — 
Richard de Hoghton, John Travers, Thomas de Lathum, the levies of 

the county of Lancaster. 
Oliver de Ingham, the levies of the county of Chester. [Pari. Writs.] 

The like to John Marmyon and Thomas Colevill to muster at York the 
levies of Richemundshire. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

The like to Ralph de Nevill the levies of the bishopric of Durham. [Pari. 
WnU.] 



16 EDWARD n.— Part 2. 



265 



1323. 



March 12. 
Enares- 
borough. 



March 18. 
Knares- 
boroogh. 

March 12. 
Knares- 
borough. 



Feb. 28. 
Knares- 
borough. 



March 18. 
Enares- 
borough. 



' Membrane 24 — cont. 

The like to John de Grombwell and William de Anne to muster at York 
by Palm Sunday the levies of the parts of Donecastre and the wapentake 
of Strafford, co. York. [Pari. WHu.] By K. 

The hke to the following : — 
John de Segrave and Robert de Mauleye, the levies of the counties of 

Nottingham and Derby, except the parts of the Peak. 
William le Latimer, the levies of the North Riding, co. York, except 

the parts of Richemundshire. 
Thomas Wake, the levies of Holdemesse and the East Riding, co. 

York. 
John de Wysham and John de Rithre, the levies of the West Riding, 

CO. York, including the parts of Craven, except the parts of 

Donecastre and the wapentake of Strafford. [Pari, Writs,^ 

Mandate to Nicholas de Wedergrave, king's clerk, keeper of the abbey of 
Glastonbury, to restore the temporalities thereof to Adam de Sobbury, a 
monk of that place, whose election as abbot has been confirmed by J. bishop 
of Bath and Wells. By K. 

Writ de intendendo for him directed to the tenants of the abbey. 

Release of John Botetourt from his bond for life to find for the king 20 
men at arms to go on the king's service and at the king's wages wherever 
the king might choose to lead or send them. By E. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Bumcestre by Richard Serith of a messuage and 9 acres of land in 
Burnecestre, held of the prior and convent, which are worth in all their 
issues 12d. a year, as appears by inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, 
king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, in part satisfaction of their licence to 
acquire lands and rents to the value of lOL a year. 

General pardon to Ughtred de Geveleston, in consideration of the good 
news {rvmonhns) which he brought to the king of the capture of Andrew de 
Harcla, a rebel ; pardon also to him, of all trespasses of vert and venison 
committed in the king's forest. By p.s. 

Appointment of Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond 
Trent, as receiver of all the manors and lands late of contrariants beyond 
Trent, which are in the king's hands by forfeiture. By E. 



March 18. 
Blyth. 



March 16. 
Enares- 
borough. 



MEMBRANE 23. 

Writ of aid, until the king's return to this side of Trent, for Edmund, earl 
of Eent, the king's brother, appointed by the king as his lieutenant for the 
preservation and defence of the parts on this side of Trent against the incur- 
sions of the Scots and rebels : as the king proposes going South of Trent 
for recreation. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

The like directed to earls, barons, knights, keepers of towns, constables 
of castles, and other ministers and lieges. 

The like directed to all commissioners appointed to array all men between 
sixteen and sixty in those parts. [Pari. Writs.] 

Pardon to Ralph de Tyssyngton for his adherence to Thomas, late earl 
of Lancaster ; with restitution of the messuage and two carucates of land 
with woods, meadows and pastures in the town of Claxeby, which he had 
of the gift of the said earl, and which came into the king's hands as an 
escheat. By p.s. 




266 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 

March 16. 
Enares- 
borough. 



March 18. 
Donoaster. 



March 17. 
Pontefract. 



March 15. 
Enares- 
borough. 



March 21. 
Lenton. 



March 21. 
Lenton. 



Membrane 28 — cont. 

Grant during pleasure to John Gymmyng of the bailiwick of the forester- 
ship of the king's chace in the Isle of Wight, to hold in like manner as 
others have held it. By p.s. 

Mandate to Richard de Byflet, keeper of that Island, to dehver it 
to him. 

Gerard Dorons, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating Thomas 
de Isham, parson of the church of St. Nicholas, Goldabbeye, London, and 
Ralph de Shenle, chaplain, his attorneys for one year. 

Grant during pleasure to John le Fougheler of the bailiwick of the 
forestership of the king's hay of Birkelond in the forest of Shirewode, to 
hold In like manner as others have held it. By p.s. 

Mandate to John de Grumbwelle, keeper of the forest on this side 
Trent to deliver it to him. 

Notification, on trustworthy testimony, that Robert de Stotevill, son of 
Robert de Stotevill, is the nephew and lawful heir of Robert de 
Stotevill, the elder, and has succeeded to him in all the goods 
which the latter had in the realm of France on the day of his death. 

ByK. 

Protection for three years for Andrew Peres de Castro Seriz, king's 
merchant, merchant of Burgos {Burgh) in Spain, and his men coming into 
the realm to trade, with exemption from arrest for any debt whereof he is 
not the principal debtor or surety. By E. 

The like for one year for Nicholas Pape of Hamburgh, king's merchant, 
who has promised to bring com and other victuals from Estland and Pruce 
into the realm for the expedition of the Scotch war. By E. 

Mandate to Roger de Waltham, keeper of certain lands in the county of 
Stafford which are in the king's hands, as the king lately wished to be 
certified of the cause of the capture of the lands of Robert de Whitefeld in 
Adgarsleye and Ottokesather. Incomplete. 

Vacated becatise on the Close Roll. 



March 21. 
Lenton. 



March 28. 
Sulby. 



March 22. 
Leicester. 



Mandate to Humphrey de Littlebury, keeper of the castle, town, land and 
lordship of the land of Radenore, which the king for certain causes lately 
caused to be taken into his hands by the said Humphrey, and afterwards, 
upon information that Margaret de Mortymer held the same in dower, 
commanded to be restored to her, on 9 February, 15 Edward II, 
as appears by inspection of the rolls of the Chancery, in which matter 
he has hitherto done nothing, to deliver to her without delay 
the 'premises with the issues received since the time of the said caption ; 
and after her death the said pren(uses are to revert to the king by reason of 
the forfeiture incurred by Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wyggemor to whom 
the same ought of hereditary right to have descended. 

Signification to J. bishop of Ely, or his vicar general during his absence 
in distant parts, of the royal assent to the election of Reginald de Neuton, 
a monk of Thorneye, to be abbot of that house. By p.s. 

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer for John de Colevill, 
going beyond the seas with J. bishop of Ely. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



267 



1323. 



Membrane 28 — cont. 



The like for the following, going with 
John de Coventre. 
Gilbert de Earethorp. 
Robert de Holebech. 
Master William de Birton 
John de Lye. 
Henry Waleys. 
Thomas Poleyn. 
William de Atherston. 
Alexander le Botyller. 
Simon le Ussher. 
Adam de Garton. 



the said bishop : — 
Robert Modican. 
William de Clopton. 
William de Ousthorp. 
Master Nicholas de Stocton. 
Walter de Heselarion. 
Thomas de Ousthorp. 
John de Weston. 
Robert de Bilkemoie. 
Gaucelin Pagan. 
John son of Peter de Hothum. 



Feb. 22. 
Newark. 



March 21. 
Lenton. 



March 15. 
Knar6&- 
borough. 



Giles de Trompyngton, going with the said bishop, has letters nominatin^^: 
John Bernard and Thomas de Gotenham his attorneys in England until 
Midsummer. 

The following going with the said bishop have like letters : — 
John de Hothum, the younger, nominating John de Heselarton and 

John de Ousthorp. 
John de Ros, nominating William de Fayrford and John Eglyn. 
Master William de Birton, Master Nicholas de Stokton, William de 

Ousthorp, John son of Peter de'Hothum, Thomas de Ousthorp and 

Walter de Heselarton, nominating John de Heselarton and John de 

Ousthorp. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for William de Bevercote, 
parson of the church of St. Peter, Northampton. 

The like for the following : — 
John de Daylington, clerk. 
The abbot of Wellebek. 

The abbot of St. James without Northampton. 
John de Neweland, parson of the church of Bliseworth. 
Joan de Weston. 

The master and brethren of the hospital of Sunttynfeld by Witsand. 
Master Robert de Weston, parson of the church of Asshele by 

Rokyngham. 
John de Brantyngham, sacristan of the church of St. Mary, Lincoln. 
Thomas de Neuson, clerk. 

Thomas de Neuson, parson of the church of Great Grauntesden. 
The prior of St. Bartholomew's, Smythefeld, London. 

Commission to Walter de Pavely and the sheriff of Wilts, after recital of 
the commission [81 October, p, 218] directed to them, to array all fencible 
men between sixteen and sixty in that county, so as to be ready to join the 
king at given notice. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

The like to the following in the following counties : — 
John de Botreux and the sheriff, co. Cornwall. 
Stephen de Haccombe and the sheriff, co. Devon. 
John de Clivedon and the sheriff, co. Somerset. 
John Peverel and the sheriff, co. Dorset. 

John de Scures, the sheriff, and James de Norton, co. Southampton. 
John Haward, the sheriff, and Geoffrey Whith, co. Norfolk. 
John Haward, the sheriff, and Edmund de Hemegrave, oo. Suffolk. 
John Daubernoun, the younger, and the sheriff, co. Surrey. 
Thomas Tregoz and the sheriff, co. Sussex. 
Stephen de Cobham and the sheriff, co. Kent. 



268 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 

April 14. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 28 — cant. 

Simon de Eynardesle and Robert de Hagham, co. Essex. 

Richard de Perers and the sheriff, co. Hertford. 

John de Lymbury and the sheriff, co. Cambridge. 

William Moigne and the sheriff, co. Huntingdon. 

Robert Malet and the sheriff, co. Buckingham. 

John de Mortayne and the sheriff, co. Bedford. 

William le Blount and the sheriff, co. Rutland. 

Roger de Brok and the sheriff, co. Middlesex. 

Robert de Ardem, John do Harecourt and the sheriff, co. Oxford. 

Reginald Pavely and the sheriff, co. Berks. 

Thomas de Mounteneye and the sheriff, co. Northampton. 

William de Wauton and the sheriff, co. Gloucester. -^ 

William Corbet and the sheriff, co. Worcester. 

Roger Chaundos, the sheriff, and Richard de Baskerville, co. Hereford. 

Roger Corbet of Tassele and the sheriff, co. Salop. [Pari. Writs], 

Afterwards 2 June, the king being at Thorp by York, and a truce having 

been made with the Scots, the above commissioners were commanded to 

surcease the execution of the foregoing, as more fully appears in the dorse 

of the Close Roll under the same date. [FarL Writs,] By K. 

The form of the array. French. [Pari, Writs.] 



March 14. 

Enares- 
borough. 



April 4. 

Westminster. 



April 1. 
Westminster. 



April 6. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 22. 

Notification of a truce with Robert de Brus and the Scots until Holy 
Trinity next. By K. 

Mandate to keepers of towns, constables of castles, sheriffs and other 
ministers of the king tp see that the truce is kept. 

The like to the sheriff of Cumberland to see that it is proclaimed and 
kept. 

The like to the sheriff of Northumberland. French. [Fa^d^a,'] 

Appointment of Anthony de Lucy, to preserve the truce in the county of 
Cumberland. French, [Fcedei-a,] By K. 

The like of Ralph de Nevill and Roger de Horsle in the county of 
Northumberland. French. [Fosdera.] 

Power to William de Herle to confirm the said truce in the king's name. 
French. [Fcedera.] 

Protection with clause nolumns until Michaelmas for Thomas Cobbe and 
William Colian, going with their ships to the southern parts of the realm 
to buy com and victuals and to convey the same to York, Newcastle upon 
Tyne and the northern parts of the realm, they having found security in 
the Chancery that they will not take the same elsewhere or communicate 
with the Scots. By C. 

Safe-conduct until Ascension for Alexander de Seton and William de 
Mountfichet, knights, and Master Walter de Twynham, clerk, coming to 
Newcastle upon Tyne, on behalf of Robert de Brus and his accomplices, 
to treat of peace with the commissioners whom the king will send there on 
that account. [Fadera.] By E. 

Power to Henry, lord of Sully, to prolong the present truce with Robert 
de Brus and his adherents &om Holy Trinity until some later term. 
[Fcedera.] By K. 



16 EDWABD n.— Pabt 2. 



269 



1323. 

April 8. 

Tower of 
J^ondun. 



April 6. 
Tower of 
London. 



April 4. 
Westminster. 

AprU 6. 

Westminster. 



April 6. 

Westminster, 



April 5. 
Westminster. 



April 7. 
Westminster. 



April 7. 
Tower of 
London. 
April 16. 
Tower of 
London. 



Meinhrane 22 — conU 

Herbert do Marisco, going to Ireland, has letters nominating Richard de 
Byrland and Nicholas Martyn his attorneys in England for two years. 

Simple protection until Christmas for Richard de Biirgo, earl of Ulster, 
and William de Burgo, coming to the king on the king's business. 

By E. on the information of Master Bobert de Baldok. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Langeton, king's clerk, as a 
chamberlain of the Exchequer in the room of Master James de Ispannia, 
king's kinsman. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and chamberlains of the Exchequer. 
[Pari WriU.] 

Safe-conduct until All Saints for the abbot of Thame, going beyond the 
seas on his own business, or for the men of his household. 

Ralph, abbot of Pr^aux, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating 
Richard de Pratellis and Richard Fauquet his attorneys in England for five 
years. By fine of 40«. Norfolk. 

Protection until the Holy Trinity for the men and subjects of the Count 
of Flanders, now in Scotland, returning from thence to England or the 
parts of Flanders, a truce having been made between the king's lieges and 
the men of the said Count touching the dissensions between them until 
Michaelmas, on condition that the count shall desist from giving any aid 
to the Scots and rebels and from communicating with them. [Fcedera,'] 

ByK. 

Afterwards 17 April the said letters were renewed until the octave of 
Midsummer. [F<zdera.'\ By K. 

Notification directed to the jbldermen, sheriffs, citizens, and commonalty 
of the city of London, of the appointment by the king of Nicholas de 
Farnedon, citizen of London, to the ofiice of the mayoralty of the said 
city during pleasure. [Fcaiera : Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Simon Flambard to the prior 
and convent of St. Fredeswyde's, Oxford, of a messuage in London, which 
is worth in all its issues 7s. 2d. a year, as appears by inquisition niade by 
Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent ; in part 
satisfaction of .a licence, granted to them at the instance of Margaret, 
countess of Cornwall, the king's niece, to acquire lands and rent to the 
value of 201. a year. 

Pardon at the request of Edmund, earl of Arundel, to John Boterel for 
his adherence to the rebels. By p.s. 

Master Robert de Hasele, parson of the church of Derham, and prebendary 
of the collegiate church of Westbury, going beyond the seas, has letters 
nominating William de Thunneyk and Thomas Barry of Brystoll his 
attorneys in England for two years. 

Protection with clause nolumm for one year for John de Tonyford, parson 
of the church of Preston. 

The like for Robert de Hakeneye. 



March 80. 

Langley. 



MEMBRANE 21. 

Appointment, during pleasure, of Oillard de Welle to the custody of the 
castle of Hardelagh with the same fee as others have received in that 
office. By p.s. 



270 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1 ooQ Membrane 21 — cont. 

Mandate to the constable of the said castle to deliver it to him with its 
armour, victuals, &c. 
The like to Edmund, earl of Arundel, justice of Wales, or his lieutenant. 

April 8. Protection with clause nolumm for one year for Master John de Ros, 

WestmiiiBter. parson of the church of Bisshopesbourn. 

The like for the following : — 
Richard Frost of Suthampton. 
Laurence de Dunolmia of Newcastle upon Tyne. 
The prior of Montacute. 

Laurence de Rustiton, parson of the church of Hertyng. 
John de Bruge, parson of the church of Heghardres. 
John de Tryple. 

The said John and Hugh de Tothill. 
John de Marton, parson of the church of Westtillebury, who is 

constantly attendant upon the king's business. 
John de Langeton, parson of the church of Langeton. 
Alexander son of Ellas le Callere of Walleworth and Elias his brother. 
Hawise la Converse of Oxford. 

Peter de la Rokele. Bj E. 

Roger de Drax, parson of the church of Saynesbyre. 
John de Langeton, parson of the church of Langeton. 
The prior of St. Neots. 
John le Weydour of Northampton. 
John de Langeton, parson of the church of Langeton. 
Walter de Lisula. 

April 7. Theobald de Goldyngton, parson of the church of Dale. 

Tower of The prior of Dover. 

London. 

Richard, parson of the church of Theiden Gemoun. 

Andrew de Medestede. 

The abbot of Humberstane. 

Master William de Lubenham, parson of the church of Hargrave. 

The abbot of Faversham. 

Master Robert de Patrica, archdeacon of Stafford. 

Roger, parson of the church of Saynesbury. 

Master Simon de Mune, parson of the church of Bredon. 
The prior of Lewes. 

Robert de Ailleston, prebendary of Button. 
The abbot of Grestain. 

Master Robert de Hasele, parson of the church of Derham and pre- 
bendary of the collegiate church of Westbury. 
William de Drax, parson of the church of Lambeheth. 
Hugh de Notyngham. 

William de Loppedell, parson of the church of Selesye. 
John de Boulewas. 

April 1. Grant, during pleasure, to the prior and Friars Preachers of Oxford that 

Westminster, thev may dig stone at Whateleye in a place called Cherlegrave, which is 
within the metes of the forest of Shottovre, in the king's soil there in a 
space of 100 feet square, and bring the same to Oxford for the repair of 
their houses, in accordance with the grant to that effect made 9 July 
82 Edward I. [Cal. Patent EoUs 82 Edward I, p. 288.] By p.s. 



16 EDWARD n.— Part 2. 271 



1 QOQ Membrane 21 — cont. 

April 3. Request, for one year, to the prior general, priors provincial and local of 

Westminster, the order of Carmelities to receive favourably Richard Baldewyn, a friar 

of that order and one of the king's Household {familmrvi 7ioster), who is 
going in fulfilment of a vow on pilgrimage to the shrines of St. Mary the 
Virgin of Toulouse, St. James and St. Mary Magdalen. By K. 

April 4. Safe-conduct until the Holy Trinity for two foot-men, whom Henry, lord 

Westminster, of Sully, is sending to Scotland on his business. By K. 

April 4. Stephen de Jusseaux, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating John 

Westminster, de Torryng, parson of the church of Torryng, and Guy de Jusseaux his 
^ attorneys in England for two years. 

Protection with clause volumus for one year for Master John de Shordich, 
gone beyond the seas on the king's service. By K. 

April 5. The like, until Christmas, for R. bishop of Winchester, staying beyond 

Westminster, the seas on the king's service. By K. 

April 4. The like for one year for Robert de Hockele, staying beyond the seas on 

Westminster, the king's service. By K. 

The like for the following : — 
Thomas de Hockele. 
Stephen de Hockele. By E. 

April 4. Simple protection for two years for Joan late the wife of John de Bohoun 

Westminster, of Midhurst. 

April 1. Association of John de Swyneford, in the room of William Moigne, who 

Westminster, does not reside in the county and cannot act, with the sheriff of Hunting- 
don, to array the men between sixteen and sixty in that county. 
[Pari. Writs.] By C. 

April' 6. Grant to Giles de Bello Campo of the manor of Mawardyn, co. Hereford, 

Westminster, q^it of rent, late of Roger de Mortuo Mari of Chirk, a rebel, and which by 

forfeiture came into the king's hands, for so long as the said Giles shall 
serve the king or until the king shall provide him with land to the 
value of 40Z. a year ; grant also to him of the king's gift of all the goods 
therein, viz. the com growing in the lands as well as other things. By p.s. 

April 6. R. bishop of Winchester, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating 

Westminster. John de Dorsete and Peter de Capite Carerii his attorneys in England for 

one year. By K. 

April 4. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 

Westminster. Lesnes of divers parcels of land and messuages in Lesnes by William de 
Langeford, John de Langeford, William Calt of Estdon and Simon Sefoul 
of Lesnes : in Chiselhurst by John son of William le Fader and Maud 
his wife ; in Tonge by John le Fader and Joan his wife, John Baldelot, 
Peter Doberich, William Doberich and William de Norwyco; and in 
Wilmynton by Thomas le Hert of Hokholt, all which are held of the abbot 
and convent and are worth in all their issues Vis. M. a vear, as appears by 
inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator on this 
side Trent ; in part satisfaction of a licence to acquire lands and rents to 
the value of 20Z. a year. 

April 5. Master Pancius de Controne, staying in England, has letters nominating 

Westminster* John Marsuppini of Florence his attorney in Ireland for two years. 



272 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1 ong Membrane 21 — cont. 

April 5. Pardon to Henry de Hounholl for his adherence to Nicholas de Turvill, 

WestminBter. a rebel, saving to the king the forfeiture of his lands. By p.s. 

April 4. Licence for Robert de Beverlaco, clerk, to grant to Alice la Botillere and 

Westminster. John her son 2 messuages, 200 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, 8 
acres of pasture, 10 acres of wood and 14s. of rent in Elmedon, held in 
chief as of the honor of Boulogne, to hold to the said Alice and John and 
the heirs of the body of the said John with successive remainders to Robert 
brother of the said John, and the heirs of his body, and to Eleanor their 
sister, and her heirs. By fine of 40s. 

April 8. William de Estaniaco, staying beyond the seas, has letter^ nominating 

Tower of Richard de Haseldenn and Peter de Gumbremount his attorneys in England 
London. fo^ ^j^q yg^rs. 



MEMBRANE 20. 

April 1. Presentation of Robert Elis of Foulboum to the church of Little 

Westminster. Wrattynge in the diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of Roger de 
Burgoyne, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of his custody 
of the land and heir of Albred de Capellis, tenant in chief. 

March 80. Pardon to Robert le Fevre of Ramsthorp for the death of Roger Janewey 
Langley. of Ramsthorp, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s. 

April 2. Request to J. bishop of Carlisle to admit Roger de Levyngton, king's 

Westminster, clerk, to the church of Stapelton in the diocese of Carlisle, which belongs 
to the presentation of the king by reason of the lands late of Walter de 
Corry, a rebel, being in the king's hands, and also to Richard de Kirkebride, 
Peter Tylliol, Walter de Kyrkebride and Patrick de Sutheyk, who have 
joined with the king in presenting him. By E. 

April 5. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Gilbert de Middelton, 

Westminster, king's clerk, archdeacon of Northampton, of 20 acres of wood, 18 acres of 
meadow, and 14 acres of pasture in Wappenham, co. Northampton, and 
the advowson of the church of that town, held in chief, to religious houses, 
or secular chaplains celebrating divine service daily in the said church for 
the souls of Edward I, the king after his death, the king's ancestors and 
heirs, the said Gilbert, his ancestors and benefactors, and all the faithful 
departed : licence also for the appropriation of the said church. By p.s. 

April 1. Mandate to the taxers and collectors of the tenth and sixth and to the 

Westminster, purveyors of com for the king's use to do as Walter de Norwyco, chief 
baron of the Exchequer, appointed to make provision of corn and to provide 
for the payment thereof, shall direct them ; the taxers and collectors are to 
receive letters from the said Walter for payments made by his direction, for 
which allowance will be made to them at the Exchequer. 
Vacated because surrendered and cancelled, 

April 6. Writ of aid until Whitsuntide for Maneutus Francisci, king's merchant, 

Westminster, appointed to purvey com in divers counties for the Scotch war. By K. 

April 5. Mandate to the taxers and collectors of the tenth and sixth in the county 

Westminster, of Cambridge, to pay for the corn bought for the Scotch war by John de 
Crek, William de Leycestre, and Andrew le Moigne in the county of Cam- 
bridge, viz. 612i quarters of wheat at 10s. a quarter, 614i quarters of 
barley at 8^., 16^ quarters of beans at Ss., and 88 quarters of oats at 45., part 



16 EDWABD n.— Pabt 2. 278 



1323. 



Membrane 20 — cont. 



of the purveyanoe they were lately commanded to make, viz. 1,500 
quarters of wheat, 1,000 quarters of barley, 500 quarters of beans, and 500 
quarters of oats. By K. 

The like to the taxers and collectors for the county of Huntingdon to pay 
at the same rate for the com bought by the same commissioners in that 
county. By K. 

The like to the taxers and collectors for the county of Essex, to pay at 
the same rate for the com bought there by John de Lyston, John de 
Grosseby and John de Dovre, at the rate of 10s. the quarter for wheat, 
and 4s. the quarter for oats. 

The like to the taxers and collectors for the county of Kent, to pay for the 
com bought there by Henry de Sardenn, Nicholas de Acton, Stephen de 
Delham, and John de Breideston at the rate of lis. a quarter for wheat, 
Is, Gil, a quarter for barley, and is. a quarter for oats. By K. 

The like to the taxers and collectors for the county of Nottingham to pay 
at the rate of 125. the quarter for wheat, 95. the quarter for barley, 95. the 
quarter for beans and peas, for the provisions bought there by Richard de 
Whatton, Robert de Notingham, and William de Dogmeresfeld. By E. 

April 18. The like to the taxers and collectors in the parts of Lyndeseye, co. 
Westminster Lincoln, to pay for the corn bought there by Simon de Lunderthorp, 

Gilbert deEboraco and Alan de Cubbeldyk, viz. 1,608 quarters of wheat, 

1,086 quarters of barley, 151i quarters of draget, 68 quarters of * hastebere' 

and 542i quarters of oats. By E. 

The like to the taxers and collectors in the parts of Eesteven, co. Lincoln. 

The like to the taxers and collectors in the parts of Holand, co. Lincoln. 

April 1. Writ de intendendo to the sheriffs and other bailiffis and ministers of the 

Westminster, king of the counties of Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, Huntingdon 

and Lincoln for the above Walter de Norwyco, chief baron of the Exchequer, 

whom the king has charged with making purveyances and payments in 

this matter. By E. 

April 6. Pardon to William de Beaupuche for the death of John de Wetewang, 

Tower of and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s. 

London. 

April 7. Grant to John Harsek, king's yeoman, of the manor of Moundeford, 

Tower of co. Norfolk, late of Warin de Insula, a rebel, which by forfeiture is in the 

London. king's hands, to hold so long as he serves the king or until the king shall 

provide him with 20 marks a year of land. By p.s. 

April 4. Writ of aid for John Haward and Benedict de Braham appointed to arrest 

Westminster. Richard de Holbrok. By E. 

April 7. Mandate to the taxers and collectors of the tenth and sixth in the county 

Westminster, of Suthampton to pay for the provisions bought by the king's command by 

the sheriff in that county by view of Thomas de Geyrgrave, king's clerk, 
viz. 478 quarters of wheat at divers prices, 406 quarters of barley at 65. 8^/. 
the quarter, 887 quarters of oats at divers prices, and 162 bacons at divers 
prices, amounting in the whole to 462Z. 95. 8^/., for which payments allow- 
ances will be made in their accounts. By E. 

April 18. Mandate to Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator on this side 

Tower of Trent, to deliver the temporalities of the abbey of Thomeye to Reginald 

London. ^q Neuton, a monk of that house, whose election to be abbot thereof has 

been confirmed by John de Crauden, prior of Ely, vicar genaral of J. bishop 

of Ely during his absence in distant parts, the king having taken foalty 

from and restored the temporalities to the said Reginald. By E. 

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the abbey. 

249C2 8 



274 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323, MEMBRANE 19. 

April 5. Oommission to Thomas Lercedekne and Reginald de Botreaux to array 

Westminster. 200 footmen armed with haketons, basnets and * palettis * and to lead them 

to the king at Newcastle upon Tyne by the Octave of the Nativity of St. 
John the Baptist to go against the Scots. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

The like to the following in the following counties : — 
John de Sutton, Geoffrey de Sancto Quintino and Thomas Ughtred, 

in CO. York, 4,500. 
Walter de Goushull, Thomas de Longevilers and William de Rosels, 

in COS. Nottingham and Derby, 1,500. 
Walter de Stirkland and Richard de Denton in cos. Cumberland and 

Westmoreland, 2,000. 
Gilbert de Burghdon and Adam de Denton in co. Northumberland, 500. 
Richard' de Hoghton and William Gentil, in co. Lancaster, 1,000, 

besides 400 bowmen selected at another time. 
John Sauvage and Thomas de Sandwyco, in co. Eent, except the 

Wealds, 400. 
Roger de Bavent and Nicholas Gentil, in co. Surrey, 100. 
Ralph de Wedon and Ralph son of Richard, in cos. Bedford and 

Buckingham, 800. 
Robert de Moreby and Reginald Favely, in cos. Oxford and Berks, 800. 
William de Lucy and Hugh de Prestwold, in the counties of Warwick 

and Leicester, 800. 
William Corbet and Clement de Doneclent, in co. Worcester, 200. 
John de Lymbury and John de Swynford, in cos. Cambridge and 

Huntingdon, 400. 
Afterwards, on 6 May, as John de Swyneford could not attend thereto, 
John de Dene was appointed in his place. 

John Haward, John de Fitton and John de Whelnetham in cos. 

Norfolk and Suffolk, 700. 
John Daundelyn and John de Deen, in co. Northampton, 500. 
John Hakelut and William le Blount, in co. Rutland, ICO. 
John Darcy, * Tuncle,' William Wasteneys and Alexander de Monte 

Forti, in co. Lincoln, 2,000. 

Nicholas Dauneye and William de Cheverston, in co. Devon, 800. 
Afterwards, on 5 May, as the said Nicholas could not attend thereto, 
Stephen de Haccombe was appointed in his place. 

John de Enefeld and Gilbert Barentyn, in co. Middlesex, 100. 
Afterwards, on 5 May, as the said Gilbert could not attend thereto, 
Th. Wyot was appointed in his place. 

Nicholas de Farndon, the mayor, and Anketin Gysors, in the city of 
London, 200. Anketin to be their leader. [Pari, Writs,] 
Afterwards, on 2 June, the king being at Thorp by York, and a truce being 
made with the Scots the above commissioners were commanded to surcease 
the execution of the premises. [Pari, Writs,] 

April 12. Commission to Edmund, earl of Arundel, justice of Wales, or his lieuten- 
Tower of ant, to array 4,000 footmen in North Wales and South Wales and to 
London. apportion the contingents at his discretion. [Pari. Writs,] By K. 

The like to the same Edmund, lord of Eery, Kedewy, Clon, Oswaldestre 
and Chirk to array 500 footmen in those lands. [Pari, Writs.] By K. 



^ 



16 EDWARD II.— Pabt 2. 



276 



1323. 



April 13. 

Tower of 

London. 



April 16. 

Tower of 
London. 

April 18. 
Knarcs- 
borough. 

April 14. 
Tower of 
London. 



Membram 19 — cont. 

The like to the following: — 
Edmund, earl of Kent, lord of the land of Melenith, for 800. 
John Grey, lord of the land of Driffyn Cloyt, for 200. 
Henry de Lancastre, lord of the lands of Monemuwe, Eedwelly, and 

Carwathlan, for 800. 
Thomas, earl of Norfolk, lord of the lands of Strogoyl and Nether- 

went, for 100. 
John de Hastyng, lord of the lands of Bergeveny and Went, for 800. 
Robert de Monte Alto, lord of the lands of Estradelon and Hawardyn, 

for 100. 
Fnlk son of Warin, lord of the land of Whitynton, for 60. 
William la Zousch of Assheby, lord of the lands of Elvayl Ughmenyth 

and Elvayl Ismenyth, for 200. 
Hugh le Despenser, the younger, lord of the lands of Morgannou and 

Glamorgan, for 1,000. 
Isabella, queen of England, lady of the land of Maillorseisenek, for 100. 
Elizabeth de Burgo, lady of the land of Gower, for 200. 
Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, lord of the lands of Dynbegh, 

Rowynnok and Eeinmerich, for 600. 
John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, lord of the lands of Bromfeld and 

Yale, for 400. 
John de Charleton, lord of the land of Fouwys, for 600. 
The keeper of the lands of Audele and Gantrebaghan in the Marches, 

for 100. 
The keeper of the land of Brekheneu, for 200. 
The keeper of the land of Buelt, for 100. 
The keeper of the lands of Penkethely, Blenleveny, Bolkedynas and 

Brentles, for 400. 
John de Crumbwell, keeper of the land of Hope, for 60. [Pari, Writs,] 
Afterwards, on 2 June, by reason of the above truce, these commissions 
were superseded. [Pari. Writs.] 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Christchurch, Canterbury, for the maintenance of seven chaplains to 
celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr by the 
gate of their priory for the souls of the king and his ancestors and for the 
faithful departed, by William de Wertyng of 84 acres of land in Bisshopin- 
denn and Great Chert, and by Bertram de Twitham of 24jt acres of land and 
4 acres of meadow in Old Romenale and Brok by Wy held of the said 
prior and convent, which are worth in all their issues lOs. Sd. a year, as 
appears by inquisitions made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, 
escheator on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of licence to acquire 
lands and rents to the value of 201. a year. 

Grant for life to Simon de Redyng, serjeant at arms, of the lands in 
Curwyard and la Wodehalle, co. Worcester, late of John Wyard, a rebel, 
which as an escheat are in the king's hands. , By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William de Ayremynne, 
prebendary of Leghton Busard in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln. By K. 

Protection for one year for John de Woume, king's merchant, going 
beyond the seas to buy and bring victuals into England ; nothing is to be 
taken against his will from his goods. 

By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 



276 



CALENDAR OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1353. 

April 14. 

Tower of 

London. 

April 18. 

Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 19 — cont. 

Protection with safe-conduct until St. Peter ad Vincula, for William de 
Werdale, king's clerk, going beyond the seas on pilgrimage. 

Notification that Robert de Bhirlond, imprisoned on suspicion during the 
late disturbances in the realm, has been released from gaol by the king, 
who now is fully informed of his good conduct. 

By E. on the information of Master Bobert de Baldok. 



April 18. 
Westminster. 



April 18. 
Westminster. 



April 18. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 18. 

April 20 Protection with cl&use nolumtis for one year for the prioress of St. Helen's, 
Langley. London. 

The like for the following : — 

Master Richard de Dane, parson of the church of Tuggeford. 

The abbot of Muchelnye. 

The prioress of St. Mary's, Clerkenewell. 

William de Harewell. 

The prior of Goldeclyve. 

The prior of Newstead upon Ancolne. 

Hugh Gemoun, parson of the church of Elkesleye. 

William de Ayremynne, prebendary of Leghton Busard in the church 

of St. Mary, Lincoln. 
Gilbert de Ebor[acQ], parson of the church of Little Bradleye. 
The abbess of Elnestowe. 

Presentation of John de Carleton to a moiety of the church of Ekynton 
in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's gift by reasoh of 
his custody of the land and heir of John de Stotevill, tenant in chief. 

By p.s. 

Protection and safe-conduct until Michaelmas for the men of the land of 
Flanders, coming into the realm to trade, the king, at the request of Louis 
count of Flanders and Nevers, having made a truce with him until that date, 
in accordance with which the count has ordered that the Scots in Flanders 
are to be removed within a certain term, and his subjects are to desist from 
giving aid to them. The men of the count are not to be arrested for any 
trespasses committed by others, or for debts, whereof they are not principal 
debtors or sureties, provided they attempt nothing against the form of the 
statute of the woolstaple. [Foedera.] By K. 

Protection with clause rogamus for three years for the brethren and sisters 
of the hospital of St. Giles without Shrewsbury. 

Appointment during pleasure of Bobert Bataill to be captain and admiral 
in the West of the fleet of ships from the Cinque Ports and elsewhere, 
which the king caused to be summoned to go against the Scots and rebels ; 
with power to punish mariners and others of the said fleet. By K. 

, Writ de intendendo to the barons, masters, mariners and others of the 
said fleet. By K. 

Pardon to the owners {'patronu)^ merchants, masters and mariners of the 
five galleys of the town of Venice of all homicides committed by them in the 
dissensions which arose between them and the men of Southampton and 
the Isle of Wight when they lately came to Southampton, wherein men 
were killed on both sides, on which account the said owners, merchants 
and others fear to come into the realm, on condition that they stand to 
right if any one wishes to implead them. [Fcedera,'] By K. 



April 18. 
Westminster, 

April 18. 
Westminster. 



April 16. 

Westminster. 



16 EDWARD n.— Part 2. 



277 



1323. 

April 18. 
Westminster 



April 21. 
Langley. 



April 28. 
Langley. 



April 29. 
Oakham. 



April 26. 

Newnham by 

Bedford. 

April 26. 
Newnham. 



April 20. 
Langley 



April 29. 
Newark 



Membrane 18 — cont. 

Safe-conduct until Michaelmas for Giles de Hersbergh^ townsman of 
Bruges in Flanders, his household and goods, coming into the realm, and 
if for infirmity or any reasonable cause he shall be unable to depart within 
that term, he shall remain under the king's special safe-conduct and 
protection until he can leave the realm. By E. 

Appointment of John Devery, king's clerk, to view the grinding, boulting 
and packing in barrels of the com and victuals for the Scotch war, ordered 
to be purveyed in the city of London [andj in the county of Middlesex, 
and to be received and despatched by the sheriffs to Newcastle upon Tyne ; 
the contents of every barrel are to be specified in the indentures to be 
made between him and the said sheriffs ; one part thereof to be sent to the 
Wardrobe. By K. 

Mandate to the taxers and collectors of the tenth and sixth in the county 
of Middlesex with respect to the 1,000 quarters of wheat which Master 
Robert de Haselsawe and Reginald de Conductu were commanded to 
purvey in the city of London, to pay for so much as they have bought, 
or shall buy hereafter. By E. 

The like to the taxers and collectors of the sixth in the said city. 

Protection with clause volumm until a fortnight after Midsummer for 
Robert de Monte Alto, going to the Marches of Scotland on the king's 
service. By E. on the information of R. de Baldok. 

Safe-conduct for John Dyve, master of a ship called La Godeyere of 
Wynchelse, going with his ship to divers parts. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Grant at the king's will to Miles de Verdoun, for his better maintenance, 
of the town called ' le Disart,' co. Meath, Lreland, and the manor of Martri, 
CO. Meath, late of Hugh de Turpeton, a rebel, and the hamlet called the 
' Old Grange,' by Rath were, co. Meath, late of Roger de Mortuo Mari of 
Wygemor, a rebel, which as escheats are in the king's hands. By p.s. 

Mandate to Master Walter de Islep, treasurer of Ireland, to deliver the 
same to him. 

Mandate to the taxers and collectors of the tenth and sixth in the county 
of Sussex to pay for the com bought in that county by view of William de 
Holynes for the Scotch war, viz. 500 quarters of wheat, 800 of barley, and 
500 of oats, amounting to 4d8Z. Ids. 2d, 

The like to those of the county of Surrey to pay for 121 bacons, viz. 
201. 188., part of 500 bacons ordered to be purveyed by view of the said 
William de Holyns. 

Grant during pleasure to Geoffrey de Hynton of the of&ce of comptroller 
of the custom in the town and port of Boston, to hold in like manner as 
others have held that ofQce. By E. 

The like to William de Barton, the elder, in the towns and ports of 
Eyngeston on Hull and Ravenser. 

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled. By E. 



April 1. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 17. 



Safe-conduct until the Holy Trinity for Thomas Randolf , earl of Moray, 
coming to Newcastle upon Tyne to treat of a final peace between the king 
and Robert de Bnis, and his accomplices ; also for his men and household 
to the number of 50 knights, their horses and hamess. [Fadera.] By E. 

The like for the said earl coming into the realm. [Fasdera.] By E. 



278 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1 goo Membrane 17 — cont. 

Power to William de Herle t6 swear on the king's behalf to observe the 
said protection and safe-conduct granted to the said earl coming to the 
town of Newcastle upon Tyne on the above mission. By K. 

The like power to the said William for the said earl coming into the 
realm on the above mission. 

Power to William de Herle and Geoffrey de Scrop to treat with the men 
of Scotland to be sent by Robert de Brus into the realm touching the 
manner and form in which Thomas Randolf, earl of Moray, or other men 
of Scotland, coming to the realm to treat of a final peace, ought to come, 
remain therein and return to their country ; the king will ratify the pro- 
ceedings of his commissioners therein. 

The like to the same to treat touching the delivery of other hostages with 
John d^ Hasting and Henry de Percy or without them for the said 
earl daring his stay in the realm, their good keeping and restitution. 

ByK. 

Power to the same William to swear on the king's behalf to observe 
their arrangements. By E. 

The like to the said William and Geoffrey for the delivery of the said 
John de Hasting' and Henry de Percy, with power to the said William 
to confirm in the king's name what shall be done therein. 

Writ of aid for Henry de Bello Monte, appointed to be the leader and 
guard of the said earl of Moray and his company coming into the realm 
under a safe-conduct. 

Mandate to the said Henry to meet the said earl and conduct him as the 
said William and Geoffrey shall instruct him by word of mouth. By E. 

Power as above to William de Herle and Geoffrey de Scrope to treat as 
above with the envoys of Robert de Brus touching the coming into the 
realm of the earl of Moray to treat of peace. By E. 

Mandate to John de Hasting to be at Newcastle upon Tyne three weeks 
after Easter, prepared to go as a hostage for the said earl of Moray, as the 
said William de Herle and Geoffrey le Scrope shall instruct him. By E. 

The like to the following : — 
Henry de Bello Monte. William Ros of Hamelak. 

Thomas de Wake. Ralph de Greystok. 

Henry de Percy. 

Protection for William, bishop of St. Andrews, John de Meneteth, Robert 
de Eeth, Robert de Lowedre, knights, and Master Walter de Twynham, 
clerk, coming to Newcastle upon Tyne to treat of the said final peace with 
men of their household to the number of 60 horsemen, their men, horses 
and harness. By E. 

The like safe-conduct for the said commissioners coming into the realm. 

ByE. 

Separate powers to William de Herle to swear on the king's behalf to 
observe the said protections and safe-conducts. By E. 

Power to William de Herle and Geoffrey le Scrop, if they think fit, to 
increase the number of horsemen coming with the envoys of Robert de 
Brus beyond fifty, and to grant them a sc^e-conduct. By E. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 279 



1323. 



Membrane 17 — cont. 



Power to Henry, lord of Sully, to prorogue the day fixed for treating 
of the said peace, viz., a month after Easter, to another day or days. 

ByK. 

Afterwards, 1 May, the king being at York, the said letters of safe-conduct 
for the carl of Moray and the bishop of St. Andrews and others of Scotland, 
coming to Newcastle upon Tyne, were renewed, also the said letters for 
increasing the number of 60 horsemen, and also the appointment of Henry 
de Bello Monte as leader of the earl, were renewed until a fortnight after 
Holy Trinity. 

Also the said letters of safe-conduct for the earl of Moray and the bishop 
of St. Andrews were renewed. 

By writ of secret seal, the date whereof is at Couwyk, 9 May. 

Afterwards under the first date the said letters of safe-conduct for the 
earl, for himself and for the said bishop, knights and clerk were renewed 
until three weeks after Holy Trinity. 

And under the same date power was given to William de Herle to swear 
on the king's behalf to observe the said protection and safe-conduct. 

[Marginal yiote.] Memorandum that all the letters touching this matter 
were surrendered except those which make mention of hostages other than 
J. de Hasting and H. de Percy. 

May 1. The king having granted power to W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, 

York. Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembifoke, Hugh le Despenser, the younger, Master 
Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, William de Herle, knight, 
William de Ayremjmne, canon of York, and Geoffrey le Scrop to treat of a 
final peace with Robert de Brus, and of granting safe-conducts to the 
envoys of the said Robert, wills that the safe-conducts to be made by the 
said bishop, earl and others above named are to be held as binding by his 
ministers and subjects as if they were made under his privy seal ; power 
also to his commissioners to confirm the same by oath. By K. 

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled. 

April 1. Safe-conduct until Holy Trinity for William de Herle and Geoffrey le 

Westminster. Scrop going on the king's affairs to the north, and the men of their 
households. 

Vacated as above. 



MEMBRANE 16. 

April 29. The king promises in good faith the exchange of hostages for Thomas 

Newark. Randolf, earl of Moray, the envoy of Robert de Brus and of the earl 

himself; the earl will be honourably received and sent back to Twedemuth, 

whenever he wishes to return to Scotland, and William de- Herle is 

empowered to swear on the king's behalf accordingly. French. [Fcsdera.] 

May 1 Power to Walter, bishop of Exeter, and the king's commissioners last 

York. mentioned above, to confirm the peace with Robert de Brus. By K. 

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled and the saine were \not\ used 

because a truce of thirteen years was made and confirmed in the presence 

of tJie king. 

Power to them to swear on the king's behalf to observe the same. By K. 
Vacated as above. 



280 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1090 Membrane 16 — cont. 

May 1. Power to the same commissioners to prolong the truce with Robert de 

York. Brus which should expire a fortnight after Trinity. By K. 

Cancelled. 

The like to the same to swear on the king's behalf to observe the 
prolongation. 
Caitcelled, 

Writ of aid for the same commissioners. 
Cancelled, 

April 19. Grant to Master John de Bruton (or Britton), king's clerk, of the 
Westminster, archdeaconry of Canterbury, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities 
of the archbishopric of Canterbury being lately in the king's hands. By K. 
Mandate to W. archbishop of Canterbury to induct him therein. 

Grant to the said Master John of the archdeaconry, in the king's gift by 
reason of the said temporalities of the archbishopric lately being in the 
hands of King Edward I. By K. 



MEMBRANE 15. 

April 18. Acceptance, at the instance of Master Pancius de Controne, king's clerk, 
Westminster, and one of the household, of the collation by R. bishop of Winchester, of 
Nicholas do Figino for his security to the church of Ilavont. 

By K. with information of Master R. de Baldok. 

April 18. Acquittance to Ralph de Camoys of 1001. received in the chamber by the 

Westminster, hands of William de Langele, king's clerk, for certain land called * La 

Rudes ' in the parish of Duntesfold sold to him by the king, and which the 

king bought from Oliver de Burdegala, king's yeoman. By K. 

April 18. Licence for the master and brethren of the hospital of St. John, Coventre,, 
Westminster, to acquire in mortmain lands and rents to the value of 10 marks a year. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

April 26. Pardon to Gilbert son of Gilbert de Carleton for the death of Thomas son 
Newnham. of Alice de Wodeford and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s. 

April 29. Safe-conduct for one year for Conrad atte Brok, merchant of Almain, or 

Oakham. his men coming to the realm with corn, ships or other merchandise to trade, 

provided they pay due customs and observe the statute of the staple of 

wool. By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

The like for the following merchants of Almain : — 
Hildebrand Suderman. Gerard de Rude. 

Ludekin Longe. Tideman Consote. 

April 29, Signification to R. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield of the revocation of 
Oakham. the presentation of Thomas de Hasolwod to the church of Forton in his 
diocese, which the king believed to belong to him by reason of his custody 
of the land and heir of John de Somery, tenant in chief ; but it appears by 
inspection of the rolls of the Chancery that the advowson of that church 
was assigned as her purparty to Joan, late the wife of Thomas Boteturt, one 
of the sisters and heirs of the said John de Somery. By E. 

April 80. Protection with clause rogamus, for two years, for the master and brethren 
Newark. of the hospital of the Holy Innocents without Lincoln ; all unauthorized 
persons collecting alms in their name are to be arrested. 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 2. 



281 



1323. 

April 29. 
Newark. 



April 28. 
Oakham. 



April 28. 
Oakham. 



April 28. 
Oakham. 



May 2. 

York. 



Membrane 15 — cont 

Prolongation of the truce with Robert de Brus, which should expire on 
the day of Holy Trinity, for another fifteen days. 

Mandate to all keepers of towns, constables of castles, sheriffs and other 
ministers to cause this prolongation to be observed. French. [Fivdera.] 

The like to the sheriff of Cumberland. 

The like to the sheriff of Northumberland. French. [Foedera.] 

The like to Anthony de Lucy to see that it is observed in Cumberland. 

The like to Ralph de Nevill and Roger de Horsle to see that it is observed 
in Northumberland. French. [Fadera.] 

Power to William de Herle to swear to its observance on the king's 
behalf. French. [Fosdera.] 

Afterwards, 29 May, the said tinice was further prolonged for another 
eight days. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by the prior and convent of 
Christchorch Twynham of a messuage in Cristeschorche Twynham to the 
abbot and convent of Quarr. By fine of | mark. 

The like by the abbot and convent of Quarr to the said prior and convent 
of Christchurch Twynham of a messuage, a mill, 58 acres of land, 9 acres 
of meadow, and 5s. of rent in La Throupe and Cristeschurche Twynham. 

By fine of 403. 

Licence, upon fine by John de Homeby, for John son of John de Rigge- 
mayden to grant in fee simple to Gilbert de Syngelton and John de 
Plesyngton a third part of the following, viz. 2l5. id. of rent, a rent of four 
arrows, and of a moiety of a mill in Elhale, Eccleston, Parva Sonky, 
Tranacre, Eatherhal, Scotford, Lancastre, Forton, Gairstang and Uproaihe- 
clif, and of a moiety of the manor of Wiresdale, except 2 carucates and 100 
acres of land and a moiety of a mill, 800 acres of pasture and 500 acres of 
wood in the said manor, which third part is held in chief as of the honor 
of Lancastre, as appears by inquisition made by Thpmas de Burgo, king's 
clerk, esqheator beyond Trent ; licence also for the said Gilbert and John 
to re-grant the said third part to the said John son of John for his life, 
with remainder to John de Homeby and Thomas de Rygmayden and Joan 
his wife and the heirs of the bodies of the said Thomas and Joan, with 
remainder to the right heirs of the said John son of John. 

\ By fine of 5 marks. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Robert de Glyderhowe, 
parson of the church of Wygan. 



April 5. 

Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 14. 

Mandate to the prior and convent of St. Edmund's, collectors in the 
archdeaconries of Suffolk and Suthbury of the tenth imposed by the Pope 
on the clergy of England and also of 5d. in the mark lately granted by the 
clergy in the said archdeaconries to the king, to pay out of the said money 
for the victuals which the king charged Walter de Norwyco, chief baron of 
the Exchequer, to purvey for the Scotch war, to such persons as the said 
Walter shall specify by his letters patent. By K. 

The like to the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, 
collectors in the archdeaconries of Norwich and Norfolk. 



282 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 



April 26. 
Finedon. 



April 12. 
Tower of 
London. 



April 12. 

Tower of 
London. 



Feb. 6 

Wellow. 



April 12.. 
Tower of 
London. 



April 18. 
Tower of 
London. 

April 16. 
Tower of 
London. 



April 14 
Tower of 
London. 

April 17 
Tower of 
London. 



Membrane 14 — conU 

The like to the collectors, in the port of Yarmouth, of the customs of 
wool, hides and woolfells and of the additional subsidy thereon lately 
granted to the king by native and foreign merchants. By K. 

The^like to the collectors of custom at Lenne. 
The like to the collectors in the port of London. 
The like to the collectors at Boston. 

Pardon to Eleanor daughter of Nicholas Braunche of Frome for acquiring 
in fee without licence the manor of Frome by Selewode from the said 
Nicholas, who held it in chief ; licence for her to hold the manor to herself 
and her heirs. By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Licence for John Eure of Dunstaple and Nichplaa his wife to enfeoff 
William Barde and Joan his wife of 49 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 
4 acres of wood, 7s. M. of ^ent, a moiety of a messuage and an eighth part 
of a knight's fee in Edlesbergh ; and for Joan de Scures to enfeoff the said 
William and Joan of 60 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, 6 acres of wood, 
60s. of rent, a moiety of a messuage and an eighth part of a knight's fee 
there, held in chief. By fine of 5 marks. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Philip Ingelberd of 
Beverley, parson of the church of Kayngham, of a toft, 8 acres of land, 1 
acre of meadow and 13s. ^d, of rent in Beverley and Molscroft to a chaplain 
to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Mary, Molscroft, for 
the souls of the said Philip, his ancestors and successors and of the faithful 
departed. By fine of 2 marks. 

The like, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by John de Fenwyk, 
sheriff of Northumberland, by John de Denton, clerk, to the prior and 
Austin Friars of Newcastle upon Tyne, of a plot of ground, 280 feet in 
length by 160 feet in width, held in chief, adjoining to the dwelling place of 
the said Friars on the east side thereof, for the enlargement thereof. By K. 

Prohibition directed to all ecclesiastical persons from attempting anything 
in derogation of the king's right of presentation to the prebend of Crawe- 
herst in the free chapel of Hastyngg, lately void and in the king's gift, 
which the king recovered by judgment of court against John, bishop of 
Chichester, and to which he presented William de Clyf^ king's clerk. 

Like letters were made for the said William under date 14 April. 

The like in favour of Hugh Bouzi, king's clerk, whom the king presented 
to the church of Coudenn in the diocese of Bochester, in his gift by reason 
of the lands of Hugh Daudele being in his hands. 

Acquittance to Richard de Pembruggj lately a contrariant, who made 
fine for his life and lands in 200 marks which he ought to have paid at the 
Exchequer at Easter last, of 100 marks of the said sum, which hundred 
marks the king granted to Richard Dammori, steward of the Household, 
who has acknowledged himself before the king to have been satisfied 
thereof. By p.s. 

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer. 

Simple protection for two years for Peter de Luffenham, chaplain. 



Presentation of Roger de Waltham to the church of Haytfeld in the 
diocese of York. By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 



16 EDWARD II.— Pabt 2. 288 



1323. 



Membrane 14 — cont. 



The like of Robert de Stanford to the church of Okham, in the diocese of 
Lincoln. By K. on the like information. 



April 5. Mandate, in accordance 'with the petition of the merchant vintners of 

Westminster. Gascony, to all sheriffs and bailiffs to permit them to l6vy by their proctors 

on their fellows coming to the realm with wines, contributions to the 

amount of 200 marks for the prosecution of their affairs of common utility 

within the realm. 

April 14. Licence notwithstanding the statute of mortmain for the prior and con- 
lower of vent of St. Bartholomew's, Smethefeld, London, to enter on and hold the 
London. messuage in the parish of St. Sepulchre's without Neugate, London, which 
Master James de Moun bequeathed ^o them to find two chaplains to 
celebrate divine service daily for the souls of the said James and all the 
faithful departed, viz. one in the chapel of St. Mary in the said church of 
St. Sepulchre, and the other in the church of St. Bartholomew in the said 
priory. By fine of 405. 

April 16. Protection with clause nolumus until Michaelmas for Stephen Aleyn, 

Tower of citizen of London, and his men, going with ships to divers parts of the 

London. realm to buy corn and victuals and to take the same to York, Newcastle 

upon Tyne and other northern parts of the realm, he having found security 

in the Chancery not to take them elsewhere, or to communicate with the 

Scots. By K. 

May 11. The like for one year for William de Knottyngleye, merchant. 

Cowick. 

May 16. The like for one year for John de Bascenburgh. 

Rotliwell 

April 18. Simple protection for three years for John de Norton, a hermit at 
Westminster. Langham, CO. Rutland. 

April 17. Henry, parson of the church of Wydehaye, going beyond the seas, has 
Westminster, letters nominating Philip de Famham and Ralph de Burgo Sancti Petri his 
attorneys in England for two years. 

Foglias Amerii, Richard Petri Bonecase and Francis Branche de Scalis, 
merchants of the society of the Scali of Florence, commorant beyond the 
seas, have the like letters nominating Eante de Blanco, a merchant of the 
said society, their attorney for two years. 

April 24. Presentation of Richard de Eenebrok to the church of Okham in the 

Langley. diocese of Winchester; the letters of presentation are directed to the 

guardian of the spirituality of Winchester, the see being void. By p.s. 

April 18. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the warden of the church 
Westminster, o' All Saints, Writele. 

The like for :— 
Master Richard de Baldok, parson of the church of Sabrichesworth. 
Claricia late the wife of Roger de Wellesworth. 
John do Huntyngdon, olerk. 

April 80. Simple protection until Michaelmas for Nicholas de Wellebonniy parson 

Newark. of the church of Whitebeme in the diocese of Durham, going to the 

Marches of Scotland on the king's service. By the keepers of the seal. 



284 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 

April 28. 

Oakham. 



May 8. 

York. 



May 5. 
York, 



May 4. 

York. 



May 8. 
York. 



May 6 
York. 



May 5 
York. 



MEMBRANE 13. 

Licence for John son of John de Rigmayden to grant to John de Homeby 
and Thomas de Rigmayden and Joan his wife a third part of the following, 
viz. of 2 carucates and 100 acres of land, of a moiety of a mill, 800 acres 
of pasture and 500 acres of wood in Wyresdale and Gairstang, held in 
chief as of the honor of Lancastre, as appears by inquisition made by 
Thomas de Burgo, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, to hold to the said 
John, Thomas and Joan and the heirs of the bodies of Thomas and Joan, 
with reversion to the grantor and his heirs. By fine of 405. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Ralph de Pagrave, 
king's clerk, of 2 messuages, the site of a mill, an acre of meadow, lOOs. 
of rent, and a rent of 8 quarters of salt in Suthlenne, Bishop's Lenne, 
Ilsington, Herdwyk, Westwenyz, Rungeton, Sechyth, Seeth and Sadelbowe 
to the prior and conveiit of Westacre, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine 
service daily in the church of the priory for the souls of the said Ralph and 
all the faithful departed. By fine of 2 marks. 

Presentation of William de Northwell to the church of Riplecestre in the 
archdeaconry of Richmond, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of 
Thomas, earl of Lancaster, a rebel, being in his hands. By p.s. 

Licence for Isabel, late the wife of Peter de Hamme, tenant in chief, to 
marry whomsoever she will, of the kmg's aUegiance. 

By fine of 208. Somerset. 

Protection with clause noluinu^ for Benedict de Sancto Edmundo of 
Lenne and his men going with ships to divers parts of the realm to buy 
corn and victuals and to take the same to York, Newcastle upon Tyne and 
other northern parts of the realm, he having found security in the Chancery 
that he will not take them elsewhere or communicate with the Scots. 

The like until Christmas for William son of John son of Richard de 
Ayremynne. 

Ratification of a lease by William, abbot of Stanlegh, co. Wilts, and the 
convent thereof, to Master Roger de Cantok and Thomas de Ferers, of the 
manor of Coderinton and their place of Merecumbe for thirty years, with 
all the houses, gardens, and other appurtenances, at a rent of 60Z. of silver, 
165. id. and 58i quarters of wheat, 6^ quarters of barley, and 18 quarters 
of oats at the four principal terms, and 8 pigs at Martinmas; also of a 
grant by the said abbot and convent to the said Master Roger of 86Z. a year 
out of the said 60Z. I65. id. for term of his life. By fine of 405. 

Licence for Maud, late the wife of Peter Fitz Reynaud, tenant in chief, 
of the county of Somerset, to marry whosoever she will of the king's 
allegiance. By fine of 10 marks. 

Association of John de Den with the sheriff of Huntingdon, in the room 
of John de Swyneford, who is unable to act, who was lately appointed in 
the place of William Moygne because the latter did not dwell in the county, 
to array all fencible men in that county between sixteen and sixty. [Pari. 
Writs.] 

Pardon to Maud, late the wife of Thomas son of Thomas de Hauvill, now 
deceased, for having acquired with the said Thomas without licence the 
manor of Hacomby, co. Lincoln, and the advowson of the church thereof 
from Thomas de Hauvill, who held them in chief, to hold to her said husband 
and herself and the heirs of their bodies ; with restitution of the same. 

By fine of 6 marks. Lincoln. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



285 



1323. 

May 6. 

York. 



May 7. 
York. 



May 12. 

Cowiok. 



May 12. 

Cowick. 



May 17. 

Bothwell. 



Membrane 18 — cont. 



Pardon to Thomas de Boulton and Clemencia his wife for acquiring 
without licence in fee tail the manor of Hoton upon Derewente from Robert 
de Boulton, who held it in chief ; with restitution of the same. 

By fine of 1 mark. 

The like to Hugh de Meryngton of Coventre for acquiring in fee without 
licence 4 acres of land in Long Ichynton, co. Warwick, and the advowson 
of the church of that town from John de Odyngseles, who held them in 
chief. Sealed at another time by fine of 5 marks and that fine is 

enrolled in the 18th year of the present king. 

The like to the abbot and convent of Evesham for acquiring in mortmain 
without licence divers parcels of land and rents in Hogwyk from Simon de 
Hogwyk, Alan de Meles, Robert de Enapesheved, and Alice la Countasse, 
in Penewortham from Simon son of Hugh, in Faryngton from John de 
Gayrestang, and in Hogwyk from Adam de Hogwyk. 

By fine of 10 marks made before the chancellor, treasurer and 
others of the Council. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the said abbot and convent by 
Hawisia, late the wife of Walter de Gloucestre of 6 messuages, 9 tofts, 
1 mill, 2 carucates of land, 8 acres of meadow, and 245. 2d. of rent and a 
rent of one pound of pepper and two pounds of cumin in Talynton, 
Neubold, Admundescote, Tredynton and Dorlingescote, to find two chaplains 
to celebrate divine service daily in the said abbey for the soul of the said 
Hawisia, and the souls of Walter de Gloucestre, Walter son of Walter de 
Gloucestre, their ancestors and successors and all the faithful departed. 

By fine of Ql. 

Presentation of Adam de Moseleye to the church of Mottrom in Lange- 
denedale in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield. By p.s. 



May 18. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de Hemmyngburgh, 
Bothwell. parson of the church of St. Wilfrid, York, and Thomas his brother. 

May 26. Licence for William de Grandisono and Sibyl his wife to grant in fee 

York. simple their manor of Lidiard Treigos, co. Wilts, and the advowson of the 
church thereof, held in chief, to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Presentation of Robert de Eeleseye to the church of Exton in the diocese 
of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric 
of Winchester. 

June 5. Writ of aid for one year for Hugh de Beureper, king's Serjeant, charged 

Bishopthorpe. by the steward of the Household and the keeper of the Wardrobe with the 

purveyance of hay, oats and litter ; nothing is to be taken in the fee of the 
church. By E. 



May 4. 

York. 



May 4. 
York. 



MEMBRANE 12. 



Protection with clause nolumns for one year for Sir Luke de Flisco, 
cardinal of the church of Rome, parson of the church of Tyrington. 



The like for the following : — 
The prior of Wroxston. 



Catherine de Haliwell. 



Master Ursus Jacobi, prebendary of Nassington in tbe church of St. 

Mary, Lincoln. 
Hugh de Skelton. 



286 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 



May 6. 
York. 



May 12. 
Cowick. 

Mav 18. 
Bothwell. 

May 16. 
Bothwell. 

May 26. 

Bishopthorpe. 

May 2. 
York. 



May 8. 

York. 



May 6. 
York. 



May 6, 

York. 



May 8. 
York. 



Membrane 12 — cont. 

The prior of Chippele. 

Nicholas Seriol. 

Alan de Frysyngton, canon of the church of St. Mary, Carlisle, and 

parson of the church of Camberton. 
Henry de Bedyk. 
The prior of Penewortham. 
John de Balne. 

The abbot of Whallay. 
John Wysman, chaplain. 
The abbot of Sibeton. 
Thomas de Bynedon. 
Stephen le Whyte of Beverley. 
Richard de Thorp, chaplain. 

Robert Poer, parson of the church of Adderdeleygh. 

Alan, vicar of the church of Wythryng. 

Thomas de Nusselyng. 
Henry Cauf of Westrasen. 

The abbot of Holmcoltran. 
Henry le Scrop. 

John de Hastjmges, going to Scotland on the king's service, has letters 

nominating William de Herlaston his attorney until Midsummer. By K. 

Protection with clause volumus for him. By K. 

John, abbot of Marmoutier lez Tours, commorant beyond the seas, has 
letters nominating brothers William de la Meurer and William de Ardena 
his attorneys in England for three years. 

The said abbot has letters nominating brothers Peter Salemon and 
William de Sancto Dionisio, his fellow monks, his attorneys in the Islands 
of Gernereye, Gereseye, Aureyo and Serk. 

Presentation of Richard de Enderby to the church of Sutton * in the 
Mersk ' in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the 
temporalities of that see being in his hands. 

Pardon to William de Wytteneye for acquiring in fee without licence a 
messuage and a virgate of land in Staunton Scint Johan from John de 
Sancto Johanne of Lageham, who held the same in chief. 

By fine of j mark. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 
Whallay by Thomas de Neubold, chaplain, of a messuage, three parts of a 
bovate of land and 16s. of rent in Wythworth, held in chief and which are 
worth in all their issues 8s. 4rf. a year as appears by inquisition made by 
Thomas de Burgo, king's clerk, escheator on. this side Trent, in part 
satisfaction of their licence to acquire lands and rents to the value of 20L 
a year. 

Presentation of Nicholas de Wedergrave, the younger, to the church of 
Maperton in the diocese of Bath and Wells, void by the resignation of 
Nicholas de Wavyngton, the last rector, and in the king's gift by reason of 
his custody of the land and heir of Roger de Moeles, tenant in chief. 



16 EDWARD II.— Part 2. 



287 



1323. 

May 6. 

York. 



May 6. 

York. 



May 8. 

York. 



May 11. 

Cowick. 



May 8. 
Cowick. 



May 12. 
Cowick. 



Membrane 12 — conU 

Pardon to William de Burdon, vicar of the church of St. Nicholas, New- 
castle upon Tyne, for acquiring in fee without licence a fourth part of the 
manor of Cramlyngton and the advowson of a moiety of the chapel of St. 
Nicholas of that manor from John de Trewyk, tenant in chief; with 
restitution of the same. By fine of lOs, 

Licence for Robert de Wassyngleye to enfeoff Gilbert de Aylyngton, 
chaplain, of a toft, 40 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, and 6 acres of wood 
in Wassyngleye, held in chief, parcel of the manor of Wassyngleye ; and 
for the said Gilbert to regrant the same in fee simple to the said Robert and 
Amy his wife. By fine of 1 mark. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Louthorp, chaplain, 
and Richard * in the Gate * of St. Edmund*s of 87 acres of land, 5 acres of 
meadow and 12 acres of wood in Whappestede, co. Suffolk, to the abbot 
and convent of St. Edmund's, in aid of the maintenance of certain chaplains 
to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of God's House (Dormis Dei) 
of the said abbot and convent without the south gate of the town of St. 
Edmund's. By fine of 2 marks. 

Prohibition directed to all ecclesiastical persons from attempting any- 
thing in derogation of the king's right to the collation to the prebend of 
Empyngham in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, which the king recovered 
by judgment of court against Henry, bishop of Lincoln, and to which the 
king has collated William de Clif, king's clerk. 

Ratification of a demise by Richard de Whatton and John de Wylughby, 
appointed to make leases for three years from last Michaelmas of the 
forfeited lands of rebels in the counties of Northampton and Rutland, to 
Scolastica de Melsa of the manor of Flore, then in the king's hands, for 
that period, subject to a rent of 41 marks a year. 

Vacated because on the Fine Roll, 

Pardon to John de Waldeby of Halsham and Isabel his wife for acquir- 
ing in fee without licence a messuage, 2 bovates of land and dd. of rent in 
Esthalsham, held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, from Isabel, late 
the wife of William de Cameryngton, who held them for her life by demise 
of William son of Hugh de Bautre, who quitclaimed the same to the said 
John and Isabel and the heirs of the said John. By fine of lOs. 

The like to John atte See of Ravenserod and Alice his wife for acquiring 
in fee without licence a toft and a bovate of land in Holeym from Henry de 
Sancto Martino, a bovate of land there from Ralph de Sancto Martino, 
and a messuage and 2 bovates of land there from Stephen le Priouresneve, 
who held the same in chief as of the manor of Albemarle ; with restitution 
of the same. By fine of 205. 

Appointment during pleasure of Jocelin de Brankescombe to the office 
of the constableship of the Exchequer. 

By E. on the information of the Treasurer. 

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to admit him 
thereto. 

Robert Poor, parson of the church of Adderdeleygh, going to North 
\\'alos on the king's service, has letters nominating Thomas de Milford and 
John do Mynskip his attorneys in England for one year. 



886 CALENDAR OF PATENT BOLLS. 



Memlbrane 12 — cont. 



1323. 

May 16. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John Lespicer of New 

Rothwell. Sarum, going to Ireland with a ship called La Niclwlas of Suthhampton to 

buy corn and victuals, to take the same to the northern parts of the realm, 

he having found security in the Chancery that he will not take the same 

to the Scots. 

May 18. The like for William de Beston of Notjmgham and Hugh Dammesone 

Kothwell. of Notyngham, merchants, going with certain ships to the southern parts 

of the realm to buy corn and victuals, to take the same to York to trade 

with, they having found security as above. 

May 18. The like for two years for the men whom the abbot of Holmcoltram is 

Boihwell. sending with his ships to Ireland to buy com and victuals for the main- 
tenance of his house. 

May 80. Alfred, abbot of Bonrepos, going beyond the seas to remain there, has 

Biahopthorpe. letters nominating Roger, abbot of Sautre, and John de Seleby, fellow monk 
of the said abbot of Seleby (^), his attorneys in England for four years. 

Daniel, abbot of Langonet, going beyond the seas to remain there, has 
the like letters nominating William Graberd and Alan de Apelton, monks 
of Louth Park, his attorneys. 



MEMBRANE 11. 

May 16. Licence for the abbot and convent of Seleby to appropriate in mortmain 

Eothwell the church of Stanford in the diocese of Lincoln, which is of their own 

advowson. By p.s. 

Vacated because surrendered and the said abbot and comment have others letters 

patent to appropriate the church of Brayton in tlie diocese of York, which is of 

tfieir own advowson, as appears on tJie Patent Roll, 22 Edward III, part 1. 

Presentation of John de Sibthorp to the church of Shenle in the diocese 
of Lincoln. By p.s. 

Appointment during pleasure of Hugh de Eirkham, king's clerk, to the 
custody of the lesser piece of the seal for the recognisance of debts in the 
city of York, according to the form of the statute of merchants. 

Appointment during pleasure of John Perbrun, burgess of Great Yar- 
mouth, as captain and admiral of the fleet of ships going from the mouth 
of the Thames to the northern parts for service against the Scots ; with 
power to punish mariners and others of the said fleet. By p.s. 

Writ de intendendo to all masters, mariners and others in the said fleet. 

By p.s. 

May 11. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William de Bossale of 

Cowiok. York, going to southern parts to buy corn and victuals and to take the same 
in his ship to York, he having found security in the Chancery not to take 
them to the Scots or communicate with the Scots in any way. 

May 16. Writ of aid for one year for Robert de la Woldo, king's yeoman, whom 

Cowiok. the king is sending to make purveyances for the office of the poultry of the 

Household. By K. on the information of Roger de Waltham. 

May 18. Mandate to the sherifif of Cumberland to make proclamation that as the 

BothweU. Scots may invade the realm immediately after the quinzaine of Holy Trinity 

all persons in his bailiwick are before that time to take their animals 



16 EDWARD n.— Past 2. 289 



1323. 



Membrane 11 — corU. 



towards the parts of Yorkshire where they will be safe from the inoursions 
of the enemy, and their victuals, stock and all other goods to castles and 
walled towns for safety, so that the enemy if they invade the county 
may not have any sustenances. The king has also conmianded John 
de Crombwell, keeper of the forest on this side of Trent, and the 
sherifif of York to permit such persons to come to the forest and depasture 
the same with their beasts free of charge ; the sheriffs to prevent injury 
being done to such persons ; and all constables of castles and keepers of 
walled towns on this side Trent are commanded to permit such persons to 
bring in their victuals, stock and goods and to remain therein. By K & C. 

The like to the following : — 
The sheriff of Northumberland. 
The sheriff of Westmoreland. 
The bishop of Durham or the person holding his place in his bishopric. 

Mandate to constables and keepers of castles and mayors and bailiffs of 
walled towns in the county of Northumberland, as the king has conmianded 
L. bishop of Durham, or his deputy in that bishopric, and the sheriffs of the 
counties of Northumberland, Westmoreland and Cumberland to publish the 
foregoing proclamation throughout his bishopric, its liberties and their 
respective counties, to receive men, victuals, stock, &c. as above. 

The like to the following constables of castles : — 
Scardeburgh. Enaresburgh. 

Pontefract. Tykhull. 

Mandate to the said John de Grumbwell, keeper of the Forest on this 
side Trent, to permit piersons above specified to depasture the king's forests, 
chaces and pastures without exacting any payment from them for the king. 

ByE. &0. 

Mandate to the sheriff of York to make proclamation throughout his 
bailiwick relative to the reception of all persons and their animals and goods 
and permission for depasturing the pastures with their cattle ; further he is 
to inform the keepers of castles and walled towns within his said buliwick 
that they are to permit such persons to enter and lodge therein. 

May 26. Mandate to John de Sutton, QeoSrej de Sancto Quintino and Thomas 
Bishopthorpe. Ughtred to execute without further delay the commission given 'to them to 

array in the county of York 4,600 footmen and to conduct them to the king 
at Newcastle upon Tyne by a week after midsummer, and as the king has 
been informed that various persons refuse to obey, full power is granted 
them to punish such persons. [Pari. Writs.] By p.s. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Battle 
by William atte Legh and Margery his wife of 80 acres of land in Hauek- 
hurst, which are of the fee of the said abbot and convent and are worth in 
all their issues 5s, a year, as appears by inquisition made by Master John 
Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator this side Trent, in part satisfaction of 
their licence to acquire of lands and rents to the value of 402. a year. 

May 28. Protection with clause nolumus for one year for John de Ooushill of 
Bishopthorpe. Theford, going to the southern parts of the realm with ships to buy com 

and victualB to take to York and other northern parts of the reahn^ he 
having found security in the Chancery not to take the same to the Scots. 

24962 T 



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Jane 1. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Lolleworth of 

Bifihopihorpe. Cantebrigg, clerk, of 2 messuages, 7 acres of land and 40«. of rent in 

Gantebrigg and Ghastreton to two chaplains to celebrate divine service 
daily at the altar of St. Nicholas in the church of St. Clement, Cantebrigg, 
for the souls of the king, Isabella his consort, his ancestors and successors, 
and also for the souls of the said William, and his mother, Margaret his 
wife, Henry de Berton and Cecily his wife, Agnes de Berton, Roger Joachim, 
Robert de Maddingle and Richard Laurence and all the faithful departed. 

By fine of 405, 

June 2. Protection for one year for Joan Comyn, going to Scotland on her own 

Biahopthorpe. business. ByK. 

May 81. Grant to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, and his heirs, of the 

Bishopthorpe. advowson of the church of Langebergh. By p.s. 

June 4. Protection until 1 August for Albert Sacortada, knight, Bernard 

Bishopthorpe, Guillelmi, Sorin Burgensis, and Peter de Planesio, expert in law, the envoys 

by York, ^j^^ ^^ brought to tile king letters from Sancho, king of Majorca, returning 

home, their men and goods. [Fcedera,] By E. 



MSMBRANS 10. 

June 8. Pardon to Andrew le Botiller of his outlawry in the county of Nottingham 

Bishopthorpe. for not appearing before the king when charged with the death and robbery 
of Thomas de Holm at Cotyngton. 

June 2. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of St. 

Bishopthorpe. Swithun's, Winchester, by Nicholas de Maidenstan of a messuage and a 

oarucate and a half of land in Sparkeford, Hurseleye, and Compton by 
Winchester, which are held of the said prior and convent and which are 
worth beyond the services due to the same prior and convent in all their 
issues i6s. a year, as appears by inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, 
king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, in part satisfaction of a licence to 
acquire lands and rents to the value of 50L a year, granted to them at the 
request of John de Sandale, lately elect of Winchester, and then chancellor. 

May 5. The like to the abbot and convent of Westderham by Aymer do Valencia, 

Bishopthorpe. Q^rj ^f Pembroke, of the advowson of a moiety of the church of Holcham 

in the diocese of Norwich, held in chief ; licence also for them to appropriate 
the same. By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the abbot of Warden. 

The like for: — 
The prioress of Hanepol. 

Master John de Bruton, archdeacon of Canterbury. 
John de Surmy {nc\. 
The abbot of Letteleye. 
Thomas de Portyngton. 

Master Geoffrey Normandi, vicar general of the archdeaconry of Rich- 
mond, the archdeacon being in distant parts. 

June 6. Protection with clause rogamiu for one year for the prior and convent of 

Bishopthorpe. St. George the Martyr, Greseleye by the bridge of Barton, his men, lands 

and rents. 




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June 5. Inspeximus and confirmation of bishop Stapeldon's ordinance, dated 
Bifihopthorpe. 25 February, ld22-d, for the anniversaries of his birth and obit; viz. 
assignment after consultation with the dean and chapter of the tithe of the 
toll arising from three yearly fairs held at Oriditone, two of which fairs he 
obtained from the king in favour of the said precentor, canons, vicars and 
other ministers of the collegiate church of Criditone ; on condition that on 
every Purification one mass of the Holy Ghost is to be celebrated in the 
said chul*ch of Cridinton for his good estate with certain collects and 
after his death his anniversary is also to be celebrated. After every 
fair, the said pleas thereof being finished, and the said tithe being received, 
the steward of the bishop for the time being shall deliver the said 
tithe to the precentor and two elected vicars, who shall keep it until 
the said mass or anniversary and distribute it as follows, viz. to the 
canons and sacristan present at the said mass or anniversary Qd, each, to 
the sprinklers of holy water Id. each, and the rest in equal portions to the 
vicars, whose small portions in other things the said bishop wishes to aug- 
ment. , [Stapeldon's Begister, pp. 877, 878; Ohver*s MonaMti4;(m, Exon. 
pp. Se; 87.] 

June 7. Safe-conduct directed to all friends and lieges of the king for one year 

Bishopthorpe. for Henry, lord of Sully, going beyond the seas on pilgrimage, and his 

household. By K. 

The like directed to all stewards, constables and bailiffs and ministers of 
the king in the duchy [of Aquitaine], for Henry, lord of Sully, when 
passing through the said duchy. By E. 

June 6. The like until Michaelmas directed to all bailifis and lieges for Andrew 

Bishopthorpe. Bat and Thomas Moran, servants of the said Henry, whom he is sending to 

Scotland on his business. By E. 

The like for one year, directed to all friends and lieges for Bernard 
Pelegrini, king's yeoman at arms, going beyond the seas. By E. 

June 6. Pardon to Nicholas son of William de Ledewell of the undermentioned 
Bifihopthorpe. trespass, viz. the acquisition by William de Ledewell of a messuage and 
2 virgates of land in Ledewell and Sandford, co. Oxford, without licence 
of Edward I, from John de Sancto Johanne of Lageham, who held them 
in chief, which messuage and land the said Nicholas, also without licence of 
Edward I or of the king, acquired from the said William ; with licence to 
retain the same. By fine of | a mark. 

The like to Nicholas atte Putte and Agnes his wife for acquiring without 
licence for their lives 2 messuages and 2 virgates of land in Santford from 
John de Sancto Johanne of Lageham who held them in chief; with 
restitution of the same. By fine of 10s. 

June 9. The like to Thomas de Sancto Martino and Mabel his wife for acquiring 

Cowiok. in tail, without licence, a messuage and 4 bovates of land in Holeym from 

Henry de Sancto Martino, who held the same in chief as of the honor of 

Albemarle, with reversion failing such issue to the said Henry and his heirs ; 

with restitution of the same. By fine of 1 mark. 

June 6. Grant to Richard de Emeldon that the king will provide him with landin 

Bishopthorpe. fee simple to the value of 20Z. a year, and also for the term of his life with 

land to a like value. 

By E. on the information of W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer. 



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Grant in pursuance to Bichard de Emeldon of two parts of the manor of 
Silkesworth in the bishoprio of Durham, late of Robert de Holand, a rebel, 
and in the king's hands as an escheat, to hold imtil the king shall have 
provided him with land to the value of 201. a year for life. 

By E. on the like information. 

June 8. Robert de Wodehous, clerk, staying in England on the king's service, 

Cowick. has letters nominating Thomas de Mountpilers and William Douz of Dublin 
his attorneys in Irelajid for two years. 

June 5. Safe-conduct until Michaelmas for the abbot of Rievaulx, going to 

Bishopthorpe. Scotland on the affairs of his house. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

June 4. Protection with clause volimitu until Christmas for Simon de Drayton, 

Bishopthorpe. going beyond the seas on the king's service. 

By E. on the information of the said Master Robert. 



MEMBRANE 9. 

May 80. Form of the truce until thirteen years after 12 June made with Robert 

. Thorp by de Brus, at his request. French. [Fcedera.] 
York. 

June 1. Appointment during pleasure of Ralph de Nevill, Roger de Horsle and 

Bishopthorpe* Richard de Emeldon to enforce the observation of the said truce in 
the county of Northumberland and the Marches thereof, and to pimish 
offenders. [FcMiera,] 

The like of Rcmulph de Dacre, John de Haveryngton and Adam de Skelton 
in the county of Cumberland. 

Afterwards, 8 July, the king being at York, Robert de Umframvill, earl 
of Anegos, Roger Heyroun and Roger de Horsele were appointed as keepers 
of the said truce. [Fcedera.] 



MEMBRANE 8. 

May 6. Orant for life to W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, of all the lands, late 

York, of Peter Crok, in the county of Gloucester, which by ilie forfeiture of Roger 
Crok, son and heir of the said Peter, came into the king's hands as 
escheats ; grant also to him of the lands, which Isabel, late the wife of the 
said Peter, held in dower of the same inheritance and which on account 
of her adherence to the rebels are also in the king's hands, to hold quit 
of rent to the king. [ParL Writs.] By p.s. 

May 6. Licence for Thomas de Glemesford to grant to Robert Reyner and 

York. Margery daughter of Thomas de Glemesford and the heirs of the said 
Robert 8 messuages, 68 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 1 acre of pasture, 
4^. of rent, and a sixth part of a mill in Hingston, held in chief. 

By fine of 205. 

May 12. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Ck)wiok. Hatfeld Regis by Robert Taper of Hatfeld of 4 messuages, 90 acres of land, 
10 acres of meadow, 8 acres of pasture, and 10s. of rent in Hatfeld Regis, 
CO. Essex, and 8 acres of land and 5 acres of meadow in Castle Caumpes 
(Comitis) and Shodecaumpes, co. Cambridge, to find a chaplain to celebrate 
divine service daily in their conventual church for the souls of the said 
Robert and aU the faithful departed. By fine of 6 marks. 




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1323. 

May 8. 
Cowick. 



May 8. 
Oowiok« 



May 21. 
Bothwell. 



May 81. 

Bishopthorpe. 



June 1. 
Bishopthorpe. 



Mmhrans 8 — cfmJt. 

Grant for life and during good behaviour to William le Waller of the 
custody of the gate of the castle of Conyngesburgh, in like manner as 
former keepers have held it, viz., receiving at the hand of the receiver 
there 2d. a day and a mark a year for his robe. By p.s. 

Mandate to the receiver to make such payments out of the issues of his 
bailiwick, for which an allowance will be made in his account at the 
Exchequer. 

Pardon to Thomas Neel of Sandon, co. Stafford, for the death of Henry 
de Creston and of any consequent outlawry; with restitution to him of his 
lands and goods which were taken into the king's hands. By p.s. 

May 16. Protection and safe-conduct for one year for Godekin de Beule, merchant 
Bothwell. of Estland, his men and goods coming into the realm. 

May 25. Licence for Bichard de Merton to grant for life to William Chaillou a 
Bishopthorpe. ferling of land in Sutheles, held in chief. By fine of 1 mark. 

Pardon to John Mauduit, knight, for his adherence to Soger Damori and 
other rebels; with restitution of his lands which were taken into the king's 
hands. By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Master Thomas de Hoghton and William de Herlaston, canons of the 
church of Llandaff, bringing news of the death of John de Monemuth, late 
bishop of that place, have letters of licence to elect for the chapter of the 
said church. By p.s. 

Grant to Bobert de Notyngham, king's clerk, of the prebend of Oxton 
and CrophiU, lately held by John Landulphi de Columpna, in the church 
of St. Mary, Suwell, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the 
archbishopric of York. By £• 

Mandc^te in pursuance to W. archbishop of York. 

Protection with clause nohmm for two years for Alan de Ely, archdeacon 
of Subirie. 

The like for the followi^jg, viz. — 
Bonus Philippi, Francis Grandoni, Peter Beyneri and John Francisoii 

merchants of the society of the Bardi of Morenoe. 
Frederick de Bardis, prebendary of Fenton. 

William de Gulpho, parson of the church of Stutton. 

William de la Grene of Wresel, chaplain, for one year. 

William de Ayremynne, clerk, for lumself and his men in his manors 

of Frydaythorp, Guthmundham, Northduffeld and Yuoflete, for two 

years. 

June 6. Agnes late the wife of Peter de Brewosa for one year. 

Bishopthorpe. 

June 6. Protection with clause volumm until Michaelmas for John Sturmy, going 
Bishopthorpe. beyond the seas on the king's service. By p.s. 

June 1. Appointment of William le Latimer and William de Herle to receive in 
Bishopthorpe. the king's name the oath to be made on behalf of Bobert de Brus, and the 
oaths of other magnates in the land of Scotland, viz., of all the earls and 
the steward of Scotland, James de Duglas, John de Meneteth, Bobert de 
Eeth, Henry de Sancto Claro, Gilbert de la Haye, David de Lyndeseye, 
David de Gn^am, Alexander Fresel, Hugh de Bo8| Bobert Boyti and 



May 81. 
Bishopthorpe. 



June 4. 
Bishopthorpe. 



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-| qnq Membrane 8 — eont, 

Bobert Lowedre, the elder, to observe the above truce for thirteen years ; 
and to receive the hostages for Thomas Bandolf, earl of Moray, one of the 
envoys of Bobert de Bros. [FcBderaJ] 

June 1. Safe-conduct for fifteen days for William, bishop of St. Andrews, Thomas 

Bishopihorpe. Bandolf, earl of Moray, John de Meneteth, Bobert de Lowedre, knights, 

and Master Walter de Twynham, clerk, envoys of Bobert de Brus, returning 

to Scotland; and appointment of William le Latymer as their guard 

and leader. [Fcaiera.] 

June 5. John de Britannia, earl of Bichmond, taken prisoner by the Scots while 

Bishopihorpe, on the king's service, has letters nominating Thomas de Fencotes and 

Biohard de Swafham his attorneys for one year, or until his return to 

England. [Fcsdera.] By E. 

June 4. fiicence for the alienation in mortmain by Walter de Erdyngton, 

Bishopthorpe. chaplain, of a messuage and 52s. of rent in Boroughton, Wykerisindon and 

Great Bisindon to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel 
of St. Mary the Virgin, Broughton, in honour of the Virgin. 

By fine of 405. 

June 8. Pardon to John de Metheleye, king's yeoman, for his adherence to the 

Gowiek. rebels; with restitution of his lands, which had been taken into the king's 

hands, and the roes (capris) found in his manor of Metheleye. By p.s. 

June 11. Notification that Bobert de Wodhous, king's clerk, brother of Bichard de 

Gowiek. Wodhous, late chancellor of the Exchequer, Dublin, deceased, is heir of the 

said Bichard. By £. & G. 

June 16. Balph Basset of Drayton, going beyond the seas on the king's service, has 
Gowiok. letters nominating Thomas de Badeclyve, parson of the chundi of Olneye, 
and Boger de Bodenham his attorneys for two years. 



MEMBRANE 7. 

June 2. Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Nicholas de Ellerker of 

Bishopthorpe. Newcastle upon Tyne of 6 marks of rent in Newcastle upon Tyne to a 

chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Nicholas 
there for the souls of the said Nicholas, his ancestors and all the faithful 
departed. By fine of 4 marks. 

June 5. Pardon to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, of all his debts at the 

Bishopthorpe. Exchequer, as well arrears of farms as other things, and also of all accounts 

which may be exacted from him by reason of the manors or bailiwicks 
held by him by commission of Edward I or the king, or for stock or goods 
therein ; in consideration of the plundering of his goods, the burning of his 
manors, and the destruction by the king's enemies and rebels of his 
memoranda, tallies and acquittances. By p.s. 

Mandate to J. bishop of Bath and Wells to discharge the said Hugh of 
all debts in the Wardrobe, whether for prest or other cause, for the time 
the said bishop was keeper of the Wardrobe, whether of Edward I or the 
king. 

The like to the following for the time they were keepers of the king's 
Wardrobe : — 

John de Benstede. 

The executors of the testament of Ingelard de Warle. 



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B. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. 
W. archbishop of York, primate of England. 
Roger de Waltham. 
The like to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer. 

June 4. Simple protection for two years for the prior and Friars Preachers of 

Bishopthorpe. Rothelan, their convent, and their servants and goods. By K. 

June 5. Pardon for a fine of 1002. to John de Bromfeld for his adherence to the 

Bishopthorpe. rebels ; with restitution of his lands which were taken into the king's 

hands. By p.s. 

June 4. Licence for John son of Gilbert le Mareschal of Guldeford to grant in 

Bishopthorpe. tail to John Pykard of Guldeford and Margaret his wife 6 acres of land, 

458. 6^. of rent, and a fourth part of 2 acres of meadow in Ertingdon by 
Guldeford, held in chief. By fine of i mark. 

June 8. Commission to Robert de Notyngham and William de Eirkeby to sell the 

Gowick. stores of victuals at Newcastle upon Tyne by view of Henry de Shirokes, 
king's clerk, keeper of the victuals, a truce having been made with the 
Scots until thirteen years after 12 June ; and on every sale an indenture is 
to be made between them and the said Henry, showing the amount of sale, 
the price, and the name of the purchaser, one part whereof is to remain 
with the said Hugh and the other to be sent to the Wardrobe. Commission 
also to them to summon before them at Newcastle upon Tyne all constables 
of castles in the northern parts to inform the said commissioners of the 
state of the said castles and of the victuals therein ; they are to take 
measures for the sufficient munition of such castles, to draw up indentures 
accordingly, and to take measures touching the remainder of the said 
victuals, if any remain. By C. 

Mandate to the said Henry and constables to be obedient to them and 
to the said Henry and to deliver the victuals to the purchasers ; mandate 
also to the keepers of the truce to grant to all persons nominated by the said 
Robert and William safe-conducts to set out by land or sea towards 
Scotland. By C. 

Writ de intendendo to the said Henry de Shirokes. 

The like to the said constables of castles. 

Mandate to L. bishop of Durham to make proclamation throughout his 
bishopric for purchasers to be at Newcastle upon Tyne on Monday after 
St. !6arnabas the Apostle. 
The like to the sheriffs of the following counties: — 
Northumberland. Westmoreland. 

Cumberland. 

June 5. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Lange- 

Bishopthorpe. lee by Robert Banyard of a messuage, a toft, 8 acres of land, 1 acre of 

meadow and 8 acres of marsh in Great Jememuth, Hekyngham and 
Thweyt by Dychyngham, which are extended at 12d. a year as appears by 
inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond 
Trent, in part satisfaction of a licence granted by the king to the said 
Robert to grant to the said abbot and convent lands and rents to the value 
of 1005. a year. 

June 10. ^he like to the abbot and convent of Fountains by Robert de Carleton of 

Gowick. 8 messuages and 8 bovates and 4 acres of land in Eirkeby Malesart and 

Azerlagh, and by William Cokewald of Heton of a toft and 2 acres of land 

in Eirkeheton by Bradeleye, which are worth in all their issues 19i. a year. 



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as appears by inquisition made by Thomas de Burgo, king's clerk, escheator 
on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of a licence to acquire land and rents 
to the value of 202. a year. 

The like by Master Richard Mayel of a messuage, 2 vi^gates and 7 acres 
of land, 8 acres of meadow and 24*. of rent in Hertlebury to a chaplain to 
celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Mary the Virgin, Hertle- 
bury, in honour of the Virgin and for the souls of Master John de Rodeberuwe 
and all the faithful departed. By fine of 40s. 

June 5. Pardon to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, and Eleanor his wife, eldest 

Biahopthorpe. gister and one of the heirs of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of Gloucester 
and Hertford, tenant in chief, of all debts wherein they are bound at the 
Exchequer as well for arrears of reckonings, accounts, farms and rents, as 
for prest in the Wardrobe of Edward I or the king, by reason of the lands 
of the said earl which are in their hands, in consideration of the plundering 
of the goods, the burning of the manors and the destruction of the 
memoranda, tallies and acquittances of the said Hugh by the king's enemies 
and rebels. By £• 

Pardon, for a fine made by Adam de la Forde, of the following trespasses, 
viz. of Gilbert de Chilton in acquiring, without licence, the manor of la 
Hale by Brommore, co. Southampton, from the said Adam, who held it in 
chief ; and of the said Adam and Christina his wife in acquiring the same 
to them and the heirs of the said Adam ; with licence for them to retain the 
manor. By fine of 40s. 

The like to Roger de Eyvill and Nicholaa his wife for acquiring without 
licence for their lives a messuage, 19 tofts, a mill, 24 bovates and 8 acres 
of land, 90 acres of meadow, and 52s. 4(2. of rent in Suth Cave, from John 
de Moubray, who held them in chief, subject to rendering to the said John 
22Z. a year. By fiine of i mark. 



June 16. 

Oowiok. 



June 10. 
Cowick. 



MEMBRANE 6. 

June 8. Inspeximus and confirmation of an indenture dated at York, 14 Ealend. 

Oowiok. March, 1291, between Master Thomas de Corbrigg, sacristan or warden of 
the chapel of St. Maiy and the Holy Angels, York, and the abbot and 
convent of Eirkestall, of the Cistercian order in the diocese of York. 

A contention having arisen between the said sacristan and the said 
abbot and convent, represented by Roger de Roderham, their fellow 
monk and proctor, touching the tithes of lands and meadows cultivated 
at their own expense by the abbot and convent in their manors of 
Colingham and Berdeshay, which they hold of the king at fee farm, 
which manors are in the parishes of Colingham and Berdeshay; 
the said contention was settled with the counsel and consent of 
Master John de Craucumb, archdeacon of the East Riding, vicar 
general of J. archbishop of York then absent in distant parts, and 
official of the court of York, as follows. The abbot and convent 
and their successors to be quit of all tithes on their said lands and 
meadows in the said manors, whether of ancient cultivation or to be 
newly assarted, so long as they shall hold the said manors of the king at 
fee farm ; but as regards those lands and meadows which divers tenants, 
whether free or servile, rich or poor, hold in the said manors from the 
abbot and convent at the time of these presents, in case any or all such 
lands and meadows shall oome to the hands of the abbot and convent, 



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Gowick. 



June 10. 
Cowiok. 



June 12. 
Cowiok. 



Membrane 6 — cont, 

and shall be cultivated at their own expense, the abbot and convent 
shall pay tithes without question, as the said tenants have paid. On 
the other hand, if the abbot and convent or their successors shall 
hereafter at any time demise to other persons any of the lands or 
meadows in the said manors, whether cultivated by them at the time 
of these presents or hereafter brought into cultivation by them, the 
said sacristan or the rectors of the churches of Colingham and 
Berdeshay for the time being shall receive the tithes thereof until they 
return to the hands of the abbot and convent. 

For this immunity the abbot and convent have given to the said 
Master Thomas and his successors all the land of Upper Wodeacre, 
without impediment to closing it at close time and opening it at opening 
time, and the several meadow called Appelgardheng' lying near the 
churchyard of Berdeshay on the south side, with its dyKes, so long as 
they hold the said lands and meadows of the king at fee farm, to hold 
as freely as the said church of Berdeshay and the said sacristan hold 
the land wherewith the church of Berdeshay is endowed ;. and will 
warrant them against all persons. Also they will pav the said Master 
Thomas and his successors or their attorneys 10 marks 85. 8d, a year 
at York in half yearly instalments, the first payment to be made at 
the Purification, 1292, so long as they hold the said lands and meadows 
of the king at fee farm; with this proviso, that if by fraud or simplicity 
they fall away from this immunity, and are compelled to pay the 
tithes of the said lands against the form of the present letters, 
the said land of Upper Wodeacre with the said meadow shall revert 
to them, and they shall not be bound to pay the said money. And if 
they shall fail in their said terms of payment or in their warranty of 
the said land and meadow, it shall be permitted to the official of the 
court of York, whether the see be void or not, to compel them by 
ecclesiastical censure to pay the said money aiid also 86s. 4(i. a year for 
the value of the said land and meadow. And if the beasts of the abbot 
and convent and their successors or of their men enter the said several 
meadow because of any defect of enclosure, they shall not be impounded, 
but shall be chased away without hurt. By fine of 205. 

Licence for Geofiirey de Morleye to enfeoff Geoffrey Haumon of a messuage 
and a carucate of land in Leukenore, co. Oxford, held in chief, and for the 
latter to grant the same for life to Margaret de Morleye, with remainders 
to the said Geoffrey de Morleye, for his life, and to Thomas de Morleye and 
his heirs. By fine of iOs. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the master and brethren of the 
hospital of St. John, Abyndon, by William de Alvescote and Stephen de 
Stodham of a messuage, 82 acres of land, 8 acres of meadow, an acre of 
wood and 2^. of rent in Sogworth, which are worth in all their issues 16s. 
lid, a year, as appears by inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, 
king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, in part satisfaction of a licence to 
acquire lands and rents to the value of IOO5. a year. 

« 

Pardon, in consideration of a fine made by John de Louthre, of the 
trespasses committed in making the following settlement of the manor of 
Haulton without the king's licence, with restitution of the manor and grant 
that the settlement may hold good ; John de Haulton granted in free simple 
to John de Louthre, king's clerk, the manor of Haulton held in chief, 
except 11 messuages, 17 tofts, 276^ acres of land and 89 acres of meadow, 
and afterwards the said John de Louthre granted the manor except as 
before excepted for life to John de Haulton, with remainders in tail as to 




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OALENDAB OF PATENT BOLLS. 



1323. 



Jane 16. 
Haddlesey. 



June 17. 
Haddlesey. 

June 20. 
Haddlesey. 

June 18. 
Oowiok* 



Memhrane 6 — cont, 

one moiety thereof to Robert de Lontbre and Eleanor his wife, and the heirs 
of their bodies, and failing such issue to Thomas de Louthre and Margaret his 
wife, and the heirs of their bodies ; with remainder to the right heirs of the 
said John de Haulton ; and as to the other moiety, with remainders in tail to 
Thomas de Louthre and Margaret his wife, to Bobert de Louthre and Eleanor 
his wife, and to the right heirs of John de Haulton, which said manor, except 
as before excepted, was for such trespass taken into the king's hands. 

67 fine of 60 marks. 

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master John Wale- 
wayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, for the ahenation in mortmain 
by John de Segrave, the elder, of a messuage in the manor of Fenstanton, 
held in chief, adjoining the house of the parsonage of the church of Fen- 
stanton, to Thomas de Segrave, parson of the said church, and his 
successors, to hold in frank almoin for the enlargement of such dwelling 
place. By fine of 1 mark made before the Council. Huntingdon. 

Pardon, at the request of Thomas, earl of Norfolk and marshal of 
England, to Peter Bucskyn, of the county of Norfolk, of all conspiracies 
and trespasses against the peace. By p.s. 

Protection with clause volumuM for two years for Balph Basset of Drayton, 
going beyond the seas on the king's service. By E. & C. 

Protection with dause nolumut for one year for Bichard de Feryby, 
parson of the church of Surflet. 



June 20. 
Haddlesey. 



Sept. 8. 
Ajioroft. 



June 16. 
Haddlesey. 



June 9. 
Cowiok« 



June 9. 
Cowick. 



MEMBRANE 6. 

Safe-conduct for one month for Eudo de Stokes, king's Serjeant, whom 
the king is sending to Cumberland for the horses, destriers, sumpter horses 
and other stock late of Andrew de Harcla, a rebel. By E. 

Pardon, at the request of Thomas de Grey, to Marmaduke Basset for 
being in the company of Gilbert de Middelton, a rebel, and of all trespasses 
against the peace, except the robbery committed upon the cardinals, and of 
any consequent outlawries. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Bichard de Preston, 
burgess of Droghda, coming with ships laden with com and other victuals 
from Droghda and other parts of Ireland to England, his men and 
servants ; he having found security in the Chancery that he will not take 
the said victuals elsewhere, or communicate with the Scots. 

The like for two years for the men and ships sent by the abbot of 
Foumeys to Ireland for com and victuals for the maintenance of his 
house. 

Grant to Henry, lord of Suylly, that the Islands of Gemereye, Gereseye, 
Serk and Aureneye, which Otto de Grandisono holds by grant of Edward I, 
whenever they revert to the king by the death of the said Otto or otherwise 
according to the form of the grant to the said Otto, shall remain to the said 
Henry, if he is then living, for his life. 

Grant for life at the request of Henry, lord of Suilly, to Matthew de Trye, 
marshal of France, of that portion which the king has in the town of 
Areynes in the county of Ponthieu, to the value of 60^ sterling a year, and 
any excess over that amount he shall pay to the person holding the said 



16 EDWABD n.— Past 2. 



299 



1323. 



June IS. 
Cowiek. 



June 23. 
Cewiok. 



June 24. 
Oowiok. 



June 26. 
Cowiok. 



June 16 
Cowiok. 



June 26. 
York. 



Membrane 5 — eont. 

county in the king's name. He shall also maintain the castle, houses, 
dwelling places and other buildings belonging thereto, and keep the 
homages, woods, groves and other things belonging thereto without waste 
and destruction. And if he lease any part of it to another, or do not main- 
tain the buildings or keep the homage, &c. as aforesaid, it shall be 
permissible to the king to resume the said grant. [Fcedera,] 

Power to the said Henry to receive the fealty of the said Matthew for the 
said portion. 

Conditions of the above grants. For the above grant to the said Matthew, 
Henry, lord of Suilly, has released to the king for the lifetime of the said 
Matthew 601. sterling of his fee of 400Z. a year which he takes for his 
stay with the king. If the said Matthew is living when the aforesaid 
Islands of Gemeseye and Gereseye, Serk and Aumeye come to the hands 
of the said lord of Suilly by the above grant, at which time his said fee 
should cease, from that time forward the said lord of Suilly [shall be bound] 
to pay at the Exchequer 60Z. a year during the lifetime of the said Matthew, 
and the king shall have power to distrain him in the said Islands 
for the said 60Z. and the arrears thereof. But if the said Matthew die 
before the said Henry, or the said portion of Arreynes come to the king's 
• hands during the lifetime of the said Matthew, the charge of the said 60/. 
a year shall cease, whether it happen while the said lord is taking his said 
fee or after the said Islands have come into his hands. French, 

Protection until St. Peter ad Vincula for William de Snoryngg* going 
with victuals to Scotland with a ship called the Clement of Westminster. 

By E. on the information of Master Biobert de Baldok. 

Licence for one year for Thomas Grey, constable of the castle of Norham, 
to go to Scotland to buy animals as well for the maintenance of himself 
and his men in the munition of that castle, as for replacing the ploughs 
and carts of the said castle and honor which have been destroyed. By E. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for the men whom the said 
Thomas Grey is sending to divers parts of the realm to bring his own com 
from divers of his manors to the said castle for its munition. By £. 

Licence, at the request of the abbot and convent of Meaux, that they may 
henceforth hold and make the under-mentioned chantry within their abbey 
for the souls hereafter mentioned. Richard de Otryngham, when rector 
of the church of Shelford in the diocese of Ely, granted to the 
said abbey a messuage, 20 tofts, 22^ bovates 126 acres of land, 
270 acres of meadow, 22^. 6d. rent, and common of pasture for 
600 sheep, in Otringham, Tharlesthorp, Frismareys, Wellewyk, Dryepol and 
Sutton for the maintenance of a chantry in the capital messuage of the said 
tenements of Otryngham or in Huberdcroft in the same town, where seven 
monks of the abbey should celebrate divine service for ever for the souls of 
John de Otryngham, his uncle, Martin de Otryngham, Richard his son, and 
all his ancestors, under certain penalties if the said charity should not be 
maintained in either of those places, and further the late king granted a 
licence to the said Richard to assign and to the abbot and convent to receive 
the said messuage, &c. for that purpose. By fine of 40f • 

Licence for the prior and convent of Tynemuth, whose goods and 
possessions have been destroyed by the Scots, to acquire in mortmain land 
and rent to the value of lOZ. a year, on condition that it be found by 
inquisition that it can be done without prejudice to the king or to any 
other persons. By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 



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]^323. Membrane 5 — eont, 

June 8. Grant as a further favour to the burgesses of St. Omer, that their goods 

Bishopthorpe. ^heU not be arrested within the realm for other than their own trespasses, 

after reciting the confirmation which the king lately granted to them at 

the request of Philip, late king of France and Navarre, of the following 

charters, viz. — 

(I.) A charter of Henry JH granting to the burgesses of St. Omer 
that their goods should not be arrested within the realm for any debt 
whereof they were not sureties or principal debtors, unless such 
debtors were of their commune and power, and able to pay in whole or 
part, and the said burgesses were shown to have isdiod *in justice 
to those who were of their own land and power ; and granting 
also that for the trespass of or forfeiture incurred by their 
servants the burgesses should not lose their goods whether found in the 
hands of such servants, or deposited by such servants elsewhere, if they 
could sufficiently prove such goods to be theirs ; and granting also 
that of the said burgesses any one of them died within the realm, 
whether testate or intestate, his goods should not be confiscated by 
the king, but that his heirs have them entirely after sufficient proof 
of their title. 

(U.) A charter of Edward I confirming to them the above grant 
and exempting them from murage, and granting that they might come 
securely to the realm to trade provid^ they paid the due and right 
customs, and that if war should break out with the king of France, 
they should have 40 days' warning to leave the realm with their goods. 

ByK. 



July 1.. 
Tork. 



Bertrand de Asserio, warden of the house of St. Cross by Winchester, 
staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating Master James de Bavignan 
of Bologna {de Banonia) and John de Drayton his attorneys in England 
for two years. 



June 10. 
• Cowiok. 



June 9. 
Cowiok. 



MEMBRANE 4. 

Safe-conduct until 20th July for Ivo de Welles, John de Enefeld, 
Beymond Provost and John de Leycestre, Serjeants at arms, whom the king 
is sending to London to bring some prisoners thence to York. [Pari. Writs,] 

ByK. 

Mandate to the sheriffs of London to deliver to the said Serjeants John 
du Chastel Bichard, William Warrenne and John de Lacy, the said 
prisoners. [Pari. Writs.] By K. 

Pardon to Baukyn Brunelesk[i], merchant of Florence, of all trespasses 
committed by him or by Thomas Tedaldi, Bacus Portenar', Manettus 
Bonejuncti, 6uy Tedaldi and other his servants in his name against the 
Charter o{ the Staple, whereof they were indicted before John de Cherleton, 
mayor of the woolstaple and his fellows, the justices appointed to inquire 
into such trespasses. By E. on the information of the Treasurer. 

Pardon to William Thorel of his outlawry in the county of Somerset for 
not appearing before the king to answer Walter, bishop of Exeter, on a plea 
of trespass, the bishop having appeared in the Chancery and stated that he 
received satisfaction. 

The like to Henry de Langebroke of a like outlawry on a plea of trespass 
of the said bishop. 



16 EDWABD n.— Pabt 2. 



801 



1323. 

June 8, 
Cowiok. 



Jane 12. 
Cowiok. 



Jnne 14. 
Cowiok. 



Jane 16. 
Haddlesey. 



June 16. 
Cowiok. 



Jane 12. 

Cowiok. 



Jane 18. 
Cowiok. 



Jane 17. 
Cowiok. 



Jane 18. 

Haddlesey. 

Jane 18. 
Cowiok. 



MembrwM 4 — eofit. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of 
Boulton in Cravene by Thomas de Scotthorp of 6s. of rent in Scotthorp 
issuing out of 2 bovates of land which the said Thomas holds of them, as 
appears by inquisition made by Thomas de Burgh, king's clerk, escheator 
on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of a licence to acquire lands and 
rent to the value of 20 marks a year lately granted to them in exchange 
for a release to the king of 16Z. due to them for com and other victusds 
bought from them, and for a fine of 20 marks paid into the Wardrobe. 

Licence for the like alienation by the prior and convent of Boulton in 
Cravene to the abbot and convent of Fountains of 6«. of rent in Scotthorp. 

By fine of ^ mark. 

The like after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master John Wale- 
wayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, by John Gosyn of 2 shops in 
Norwich to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of 
St. Peter, Manecroft, Norwich, for the souls of the said John and Margaret, 
his wife, his ancestors and all the faithful departed ; notwithstanding that 
it appears by such inquisition that the said shops are held in chief in free 
burgage by rendering to the king \d. for < londgovel ' and are worth in all 
their issues 6O5. a year. By fine of 100s. 

Presentation of Gilbert de Sandale to the church of Northmymmes in the 
diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Oilbert de Wygeton, king's 
clerk, the last rector. By p.s. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for Clement de Lek, parson 
of the church of Northcove. 

The like for the following : — 
William de Hundon. 
John de Bella Aqua. 
Richard de Chaddesden, parson of the church of Charewelton. 

Pardon, for a fine made bv John de Louthre, king's clerk, of the trespass 
committed by John de Haolton in granting without licence to John de 
Louthre the remainder in fee of the manor of Claverworth and of 9 
messuages, 195 acres of land and 19i acres of meadow in Haulton, held in 
chief, after the death of Eleanor, late the wife of William de Haulton, who 
held the same in dower of the inheritance of the said John de Haulton, and 
the trespass of the said Eleanor in surrendering the premises to the said 
John de Louthre without licence ; with restitution of the same. 

By fine of 5 marks. 

Presentation of Bobert de Hurlee to the church of Bolvyndenne in the 
diocese of Canterbury, in the king's gift by reason of this custody of the 
land and heir of John de Lenham, tenant in chief. 

By E. on the information of Master Bobert de Baldok. 

Protection until St. Peter ad Vincula for John Aunfleys of Carlisle, going 
to Scotland with goods for the ransom of John le Eeu, yeoman of the 
kitchen, lately in the king's service, detained a prisoner by the Scots. 

By E. on the like information. 

The like for Thomas Maunfreys, going to Scotland on his own affairs. 

By E. on the like information. 

Grant to William de Clif , king's clerk, of the custody of two parts of the 
lands late of Elias Martel of Canewyk, tenant in chief, to hold during the 



802 



CALENDAB OP PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 



June 20. 

Haddlesey. 



Jane 18. 
Gowiok. 



June 22. 

Haddlesey. 



June. 27. 
Haddlesey. 



June 28. 
York. 



June 80. 
York. 



June 80. 

York. 



Membrane 4 — eont, 

minority of William, the son and heir, or, in case of his death under age, 
until such time as he would have attained his majority, with the marriage 
of the said heir ; or, in case of his death under age, until the said William 
de Chi* has obtained the effect of the marriage of some succeeding heir. 

By fine of 6O5. Lincoln. 

Protection with clause nolumus for one year for William de Newerk, 
parson of the church of Brenketon. 

The like for the said William, prebendary of Northmuskham in the 
church of St. Mary, Suthwell. 

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master John Wale- 
wayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, for the alienation in mortmain 
by John Bryan, parson of the church of St. Olave Upwelle, in the Jewry, 
London, of 2 messuages in London to a chaplain to celebrate divine service 
daily in the said church of St. Olave for the souls of the said John and all 
the faithful departed, although it appears by such inquisition that the said 
messuages are held in chief by the service of Id, a year payable by the 
hands of the sheriffs of London. By fine of 100s, 

Presentation of William de Elmham to the church of Goryngham in the 
diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of the lands late of William 
le Baud, a rebel, being in his hands. 

By E. on the information of Master B. de Baldok. 

The like of John de Melton, king's chaplain, to the church of Great 
Garleton in Lyndeseye in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by 
reason of the temporalities of the see of Lincoln being in his hands. By p.s. 

The like of Peter de Cusancia to the church of Suth Beppes in the diocese 
of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir 
of John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, who held in chief of Edward I. 

By p.s. 

Protection with clause rogamus for two years for the canons and brethren 
of the House of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, their men, lands, goods 
and possessions. 

Pardon to Peter de Skidemore, for a fine of 200 marks, of his rebellion 
and adherence to the rebels ; with restitution of his lands. 



June 80. 
York. 



Membrane 4 — Schedule, 

Pardon as above to the said Peter de Skidemore, with a further general 
pardon for all felonies, and other trespasses committed by him within the 
realm, provided he stand his thai if any man wishes to sue him: 
restitution also of his lands. 



June 28. 
Haddlesey. 



MEMBRANE 3 

Pardon to Walter de Twynham, knight, of all the trespasses for which 
he was kept prisoner in the Tower of London. By p.s. 

Mandate to the steward and marshals of the Household that, if the said 
Walter is detained in the Marshalsea for the same trespasses for which he 
is a prisoner in the Tower and not for other causes, they shall deliver him. 



16 EDWABD n.— Past 2. 



808 



1323. 

June 20. 
Haddlesey. 



June 19. 
Haddlesey. 



June 80. 

York. 



July 2. 
York. 

June 28. 
York. 



June 28. 
York. 



June 1. 
York. 



June 28. 
York. 



Membrane 8 — conU 

Mandate to all sheriffs and bailiffs to make proclamation that no one is 
to receive or give aid to William de Wenlok, who was outlawed for not 
appearing before the king when indicted for a robbery committed upon 
Master Jordan Morant at Sabhcheworth of 5 horses of the price of 5 
marks and 17 sheep of the price of Vis, whereof he was first indicted before 
the steward of Geoffrey de Say in the view of frank pledge of Sabricheworth, 
which indictment was afterwards removed before the king in the county of 
Hertford, as appears by the record and process of his outlawry sent to the 
Chancery by Henry le Scrop, chief justice. By C. 

Prohibition directed to all ecclesiastical persons and their commissioners 
and public notaries not to permit any processes to be made at the suit of the 
said William. By G. 

Commission to William de Leycestre, Nicholas de Acton and William 
Fox to sell the victuals stored for the Scotch war at Carlisle and Skynbur- 
nesse, by view of John de Louthre, king's clerk, keeper thereof, and to take 
measures for the munition of the castles of the western parts [in the same 
terms as the commission before mentioned] . By C. 

Writ de intendendo to the said John de Louthre. 

The like to the said constables of castles. 

Mandate to the sheriff of Cumberland to make proclamation accordingly. 
[Incomplete.'] 

Protection with clause nolumru until Easter for Bichard de Drax of 
Grymesby, merchant and mariner. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

The like for the following : — 
Master John de Notingham, parson of the church of Claworth. 

John de Hegham, for one year. 

Licence for Joan de Dryby to grant in fee tail to James de Bos and Maud, 
his wife, a third part of two parts of the manor of Hundmanby, held in 
chief, and also the reversion of a third part of a third part of the said 
manor, after the death of Joan, late the wife of Robert de Tateshale, who 
holds it in dower of the inheritance of the said Joan de Dryby; with 
remainder to the right heirs of the said Maud. By fine of 10 marks. 

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Thomas de Burgo, 
king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, for the alienation in mortmain 
by William de Rednesse of York of a messuage in York to John de 
Harpham, parson of the church of St. Denis in Walmegate, York, although 
it appears by such inquisition that it is held of the king as a free burgage 
of the city of York by the service of 2d, a year for gavel, and by a rent to 
the prioress of Wilberfosse of 6«. Sd, By fine of i mark. 

Appointment during pleasure of William de Fulbume as one of the 
barons of the Exchequer, at the usual fee. 

By E. on the informatipn of the Treasurer. 

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to admit him. 
[Pari. WHts.-] 

Power to Richard de Emeldon, Robert de Not[ingham] and William de 
Eirkeby to consider the case of those persons whose inns and houses in 
Newcastle upon Tyne have been occupied by wine and other victuals, and 
to make them some remuneration out of the said victuals ; with mandate 
to John de Pollou, the present receiver of victuals there, to deliver such 
victuals to the persons to whom they are assigned. By E. 



804 CALENDAB OP PATENT BOLLS. 



][323 Membrane 8 — eont, 

July 2. Presentation of Adam de Lymbergh to* the church of Algerkirke in the 

York. diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land 
and heir of Thomas de Multon of Egremund, tenant in chief. 

By E. on the information of Master Bobert de Baldok. 

July 1, Licence for William son of Boger de Morteyn to grant to Bichard do 

York. Wylughby, the elder, the reversion of 14 messuages and 14 bovates of land 
in Wolaton, held in chief as of the honor of Pevorel, as appears by 
inquisition made by Thomas de Burgh, king's clerk, escheator on this side 
Trent, after the expiration of the lease of 21 years for which Adam de 
Wellum, parson of the church of Wolaton holds the premises. 

By fine of 40^. 

July 2. Protection for one year for Douenald de Mar, king's yeoman, going to 

York. Scotland with four horsemen. By K. 

Protection with clause nolumus for two years for Gerard Johannis, Taldus 
Valori, Bonus Philippi, Bernard Catani, Francis Grandoni, John fVancisci 
and Peter Beynery, merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, and 
their fellows of that society. 

The like for :— 
July 4. The abbot of St. Edmunds, for two years. 

York. Stephen de Clare, parson of the church of Byntworth, for one year. 

Simple protection for one year for William le Jeu, going beyond the seas 
in the company of Balph son and heir of Elias de Albiniaco. 

June 27. Licence for the appropriation in mortmain by the abbot and convent of 

York. Tupholm of the church of Stratton in the diocese of Lincoln, which is of 

their own advowson. By fine of 10 marks. 

July 2. Acceptance of the estate which Bertrand de Asserio, warden of the 

York. hospital of St. Cross by Winchester, has therein by virtue of his collation 

thereto by Gerald, phor of Peyrusse {de Petnucia), late vicar general of 

Bigaud, then bishop of Winchester, now deceased, during his absence 

beyond seas. By E. on the information of Master Bobert de Baldok. 



MEMBRANE 2. 

July 2. Notification to J. duke of Brittany, the bishop of Dol {Dolon') and all 

York. others, that Balph de Albiniaco son of Elias de Albiniaco, tenant in chief, 

deceased, is the heir of the said Elias. By E. 

July 8. Safe-conduct until All Saints for John de Columba, king's yeoman, 

York. . citizen of Bordeaux, going to the duchy of Aquitaine. By E. 

July 1. Licence for Adam de Wellum, parson of the church of Wollaton, to 

York. enfeoff Thomas de Lungeviliers of 14 messuages, 14 bovates and 12 acres 
of land, 4 acres of meadow and 16 acres of wood in Wollaton and Sutton 
Passays, held in chief as of the honor of Peverel, as it appears by inquisition 
made by Thomas de Burgh, king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent ; and 
for the said Thomas to re-grant the same for life to the said Adam, with 
reversion to himself and his heirs. By fine of 40s. 

July 8. Licence for the abbot and convent of Malmesbury to grant a messuage 

York. and a virgate of land in Puryton, held in chief, to Dionisia de Badestrop 

and William and Thomas, her sons, for their lives. By fine of 2 marks. 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 2. 



805 



1323. 

June 80. 
Cowick. 



July 8. 
York. 



Julys. 
York. 

July 15. 
Borstwick. 



July 2. 
York. 



July 8. 
York. 



July 8. 
York. 



July 6. 
Fazfleet. 



July 6. 
Faxfleet. 



July 8. 
York. 



July 6. 
Faxfleet. 



Membrane 2 — eont. 

Commission to Robert de Notingham and William de Kyrkeby to sell the 
victuals stored for the Scotch war at Newcastle upon Tyne by view of John 
de Pulhou, king's clerk, keeper thereof, and to take measures for the 
munition of the castles of the northern parts [in the same terms as the 
commission before mentioned]. By C. 

Protection with clause nolumiis for one year for Master Robert de Metham, 
parson of the church of Bentham in Lonesdale. 

The like for :— 

William de Thweng. 
The prior of Daventre. 

Hugh do Bouzy, parson of the church of Goudenn, constantly attendant 
on the king's service. By p.s. 

William de Denum, going on the king's service to the Islands of Gemereye, 
Qereseye, Serk and Aureneye, has letters nominating Thomas de Heppes- 
cote and Walter de Langcestre his attorneys in England until Easter. 

Pardon to Richard Aleyn, a prisoner in the gaol of Maidenstan for the 
death of John Wygayn, as it appears by the record of Henry de Cobeham 
and Stephen atte Dane, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he 
killed him in self defence. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

Licence for Robert le Boor to enfeoff John de Anstigh, chaplain, of the 
bailiwick of the bedelry of the hundred of Weremenstre, held in chief ; and 
for the said John to re-grant it in tail to the said Robert, with remainders 
to Robert son of Roger Balle and Joan his wife and the heirs of their bodies 
and to the right heirs of the said Robert le Boor. By fine of 405. 

Grant to Henry le Scrop to hold to him and his heirs in extension of a 
grant for life, made to him by the king, of the lands late of Andrew de 
Hertcla, a rebel, in Caldewell and Uckerby in the parts of Richemundshire, 
and of all the lands late of Master Michael de Hartcla also a rebel in Hemeby, 
which as escheats come into the king's hands. By E. 

Writ of aid directed to all bailiffis and others of the county of Cumber- 
land for John de Clenton, appointed during pleasure to keep the passes 
between England and Scotland from Whitofhaven to Cressophevede and to 
see that no one passes without safe conduct or licence contrary to the 
late truce. 

Pardon to dean and chapter of St. Andrews, Wells, for acquiring in 
mortmain, without licence of Edward I or the king, divers rents in Welles 
from Lucy Lundreys, William de Westbury, Simon Cotyn, William de 
Bourne, Hugh de Lymyngton and William de Bathon, which were taken into 
the king's hands by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator beyond 
Trent ; with restitution of the same. By fine of 10 marks. 

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Peter de Lincoln of 
Whiteby of 4.L 155. of rent in Whiteby to a chaplain to celebrate divine 
service daily in the parish church of Whiteby in honor of St. Mary the 
Virgin. By fine of IOO5. 

Ratification of a grant for life by Thomas Wake, lord of Lidell, to Roger 
Beler of the manor of Styvington, 00. Bedford, held in chief. 

By fine of IO5. 

24962 u 



806 CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



^ Membrane 2 — conU 

July 8. Mandate to the steward of the Household to deliver extracts of fines, 

York. amercements, issues forfeited and all other profits belonging to the king 

from pleas and suits, pleaded before the said steward and the marshal of the 

Household, into the Exchequer twice a year, viz. at Michaelmas and 

Easter. By K. 

The like to the clerk of the market. By E. 

Mandate to the butler to observe the following orders, viz. wines are to 
be purveyed by testimony of good men of the places where the same are 
purveyed and such purveyances to be witnessed by the collectors of the 
custom, if there are any there, or if there are none by two good men of the 
said places. No customer henceforth is to be the attorney or deputy of the 
butler. 

The butler and his attorneys are to cause all wines bought by them to be 
enrolled, viz. the number of tuns, from whom bought and ^hen and by 
whose testimony, also in like manner all the wines of the king's prises. 

ByK. 

Mandate to the keeper of the ulnage to deliver to the treasurer and barons 
of the Exchequer extracts of his rolls* twice a year at Michaelmas and 
Easter of cloths exposed for sale contrary to the assize throughout the 
realm, and thereby forfeited, where, when, and whose, and of what price, 
to whom sold and by what warranty, and of all other profits touching his 
said office. By E. 



MEMBRANE 1. 

July 8. Presentation of William de Norwico to the church of Burgh under Steyn- 

Tork. mor in the diocese of Carlisle. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 
Vacated because otherwise in the llth year in the same month, 

July 2. Pardon to John de Holte for acquiring without licence for life a messuage 

York. and a virgate of land in Caune from the abbess and nuns of Shaftesbury, 

which are held in frank almoin subject to a rent of 6d. a year payable to 

the said abbess ; with restitution of the same. By fine of 1 mark. 

July 8. Appointment during pleasure of Richard de Musle to the custody of the 

York. castle of Pontefract, with the usual fee. 

By E. on the information of the Treasurer. 
Mandate to William Grammary to deliver the castle to him by indenture 
with the armour, victuals and [prisoners] therein. 

By E. on the like information. 
The like to Thomas Devill to deliver the castle to him. 

By E. on the like information. 

July 8. Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of 

York. Alnewyk by Gilbert de Otteleye, chaplain, of 6 messuages, 10 bovates of 
land, 4 acres of meadow, and an eighth part of a mill in Faloudon, by 
Robert de Sockepeth of a carucate of land in Alnewyk, and by Richard de 
Emeldon of 24 acres of land in Haysand, which are worth in all their issues 
46s. Sd, a year, as appears by inquisition made by Thomas de Burgo, king's 
clerk, escheator on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of a licence to 
acquire lands and rents to the value of lOL a year. 




16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 2. 807 



^ nno " Membrane 1 — cont, 

July 8. Inspeximiis of a confirmation by Edward I before he Sbssumed the 

York. governance of the realm as first born of Henry III, dated at Kenilworth, 
11 July, 60 Henry III of a unanimous agreement by the burgesses of 
Droughda, as well those on the side of the water towards Uriel as those on 
the side of the water towards Meath, that the water of the Boyn, 
which the burgesses of the said town towards Uriel have free by charter of 
Henry III, shall be as free and common to the burgesses of the town on 
the parts of Meath as to the others. By fine of 40s. 

July 6. Pardon at the request of Geofifery le Scrop, king's yeoman, to Richard 

uD^^HuU ^^° ^^ *^^^^ Daunper of NortKkelseye for his adherence to the rebels. 

July 2. Mandate to the knights and other tenants of the castle of la Pole and 

York. land of Powys for John de Cherleton, knight, as their lord. On 11 
September last the king pardoned him for his adherence to the rebels and 
restored to him his castles and lands and all goods therein, but the said 
castles and lands having been retained in his hands on account of dissen- 
sions between the tenants thereof and the said John, the king now 
commands the same to be delivered to the said John together with their issues 
since the said eleventh day of September. Further the king has enjoined 
upon the said John to so bear himself towards the tenants of the lands that 
no further dissensions may arise between him and them. By E. 

July ST. Mandate to Edmund, earl of Arundel, justice of Wales — after recital of 

York. the above pardon of 11 September last, and that the king had commanded 
Robert de Sapy, at that time keeper of the castle of la Pole and land of 
Powys, then in the king's hands, to deliver the castles and lands to John 
de Cherleton, and that afterwards such delivery was not made to him by 
the said Robert, the king having commanded the castles and lands to be 
retained in his hands by the said justice on account of dissensions between 
the said John and his tenants of the land of Powys, and that the said 
John now that the said dissensions have ceased has petitioned for the 
restoration of his said castles and lands — to deliver the same to him 
together with their issues since the said eleventh day of December (sic) ; 
the said John being commanded to bear himself peacefully towards his 
tenants so that dissensions may not hereafter again arise. By E. 

July 4. Appointment during pleasure of William de Birchoure to be keeper of 

York. ii^Q whole stock of animals, except the stud, within the honor of Tuttebury. 

By E. 

July 2. Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of Eeyrenon and Eeveyllok in 

York. the land of Powys in favour of Roger Trumwyne and Joan his wife, late 
the wife of Owen de la Pole, the said Roger having found security for his 
faithful behaviour, and the king having commanded Edmund, earl of 
Arundel, justice of Wales, to deliver to the said Roger and Joan the lands 
which they hold in dower in the land of Powys (which were taken into the 
king's hands by the late keeper of their lands), with the issues thereof 
since the time of their caption. By E. 

July 4. Grant, for three years, at the request of Hugh le Despenser, the younger, 

York. to the good men of the town of Bureford of pontage upon all wares for sale 

brought across the bridge of their town. By E. 



808 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 

March 6. 

Knares- 

borough. 



March 9. 

Enares- 

borough. 



MEMBRANE 25d. 

Mandate to Richard de Burton — who was heretofore appointed as joint 
commissioner with William de Hebbeden to collect the scutage due for the 
army of Scotland for the fourth year in the East Riding, co. York, and 
upon the death of the said William, in order not to delay the business, was 
appointed sole collector thereof, since when, in contempt of the king and 
retardation of the business, jurors and bailiffs, both of the king and others, 
have neglected and refused to appear before him — to grievously amerce 
such jurors and bailiffs and to send the extracts of such amercements to 
the Exchequer under his seal. [Pari. Writs.] 

Association of John de Stonore and John de Benham in a commission of 
oyer and terminer issued to Richard de la Bere, Adam de Brom and John de 
Trillowe, on complaint by the abbot of Rewley by Oxford that Robert de 
Maundevill, John ' Roberdesman de Maundevill,' John Marmyon, the elder, 
Benedict English, Richard de Pynkenye of Ispesden,. Warin de Wodesdon, 
Gilbert dePykenye, Philip Osbeme, William Pope of Ispesden, John de Herde- 
wyk, John le Soutere of Ippeden, Luke Plonte of Nettlebedd, John atte 
Grenelane of Henle, Roger Howys of Stok, William le Horpede, Ralph 
Salem [an], Richard Mogepitt, Richard le Fevre of Dorkechestre, Adam 
Angetil, Nicholas atte Barre, Richard de Hattecumbe, John de Wengrave, 
John Burgeys, Thomas de Shipton, Geoffrey atte Hide, John atte Hyde, 
Thomas Flexhere, Henry atte Orchard, Alice Whitman, Thomas Whitman, 
John Elwas, William Whitman, John Howes, John Whitman, Geoffrey 
de Nettlebede, chaplain, Roger atte Novene of Walyngford, Edmund le 
Clerk, William le Crokkere, Adam Costard, Thomas Thephom, Hugh atte 
Hole, John Gerard, Christiana Deynes of Walyngford, Margery Deynes, 
John le Smith of Walyngford, John le Smith of Huntercoumbe, Nicholas 
atte Brok, John Meriet, Geoffrey le Goul, Philip le Deyere of Walyngford, 
William le Deyere of Walyngford, Denise {Dionida) le Fleshewer of 
Walyngford, Roger Badecok, John Cotel, John Woderugge, William Tracy, 
Ralph atte Felde, William son of Letice (Leticie) Heryng, Geoffrey Aubel, 
William de Maundevill, John de Arle and Isabel his wife, Ranulph 
'Jonesprest de Arle,' Thomas Sturmyn, William Elsefeld, Robert de 
London of Dorkechestre, Walter Stevenes, William ' Abovethebrok of 
the Hoke,* Walter, vicar of the church of Chepcote («c), Agnes le 
Pouere of Dorkechestre, Thomas Alisandre, Richard Pouere, Roger atte 
Blakefenne of Dorkechestre, Nicholas Lucas of Drayton, Walter Springard 
of Dorkechestre, Joan Drabon, Christiana Drabon, Richard Nunday, Thomas 
Eustace, William Curre, William de MoUesforde, William Maymond of 
Bensinton, Nicholas de Huntercoumbe, William de Faucomberge, Humphrey 
Coleman * of thenewell,* John Coulth * smith* *of thenewelme,* Joan 
Abovethebrok, William Drew, Roger Aboyethebrok, Robert Bernard, John 
le Goul of Hoke, Robert Ailrich of Bensinton, Simon Prod[homme], John 
atte Brok of Bessinton, William Lynote of Chalgrave, John atte Grove of 
Berewyk, Robert Kyng, Henry Peg*, John Somer, Robert Pegge, Thomas 
Est, Robert son of Thomas le Kyng, John Bolt, William Swein, Thomas 
Tumepayn, John Kempe, John Edward, John Rouncevale, Sibyl la Keue of 
Berewyk, John Crok de le Oke, John Shet, Geoffrey Josep*, John de Wy of 
Bensinton, Thomas Cotel, John Burgeys, William Ravenynge of Bensinton, 
John Buld[ri] of Dorkechestre, William Burgeys of Bensinton, Henry le 
Keu of Bensinton, William le Fox of Bensinton, William de Maldebum of 
Walyngford, 'taverner,* Alan de Klepcote, Thomas Alein of Cromersh, 
Thomas le Dier of Walyngford, Nicholas le Couper of Croumersh, John 
Foremen of Ewelme, John atte Lane of Warborgh, William Sugge of 



16 EDWABD II.— Part 2. 



809 



1323. 



March 14. 
Knarcs- 
boroagh. 



Membrane 25d — cont. 

Warbourgh, William Prinne of Walingford, Richard Adam of Warbourgh, 
Hugh atto Hole of Huntercoumbe, Edmund Croke, Walter Loveday of 
Mongewelle, Cecily Osbarn of Walingford, Richard Ailwarde, Walter, 
vicar of the church of Culham, William de Wyke of Henle, Gilbert 
Dreu of Henle, John 'Gefifreis bailiff de Hautevill,*, Roger Allvred of 
Crouemersh, Thomas 'Jonessone*, Thomas le Reve of Crouemersh, John 
Randolf of Crouemersh, John atte Forthoie, Eve daughter of Thomas le 
Souter of Walingford, Agnes late the wife of Hugh atte Holle of Hunter- 
coumbe, Walter Aymory, Richard Shortered of Walyngford, John Tyofle, 
Walter son of William Stevenes of Clopton, Adam le Shephirde of Bensinton, 
Peter de Compton of Crouemersh, Joan daughter of Richard le Mileward 
of Rutheresfeld, Thomas Costard of Huntercoumbe, William Gereman of 
Bruttewell, Robert atte Rush of Newenham, Richard, parson of the church 
of Bruttewell, Tristram de Newenton, Adam Angetel of Wathitton (sic)^ 
Walter Simple, John Tony, John le Flesheware, Adam le Soutere and John 
Bonde with others broke and burned his houses at Nettelebedde and Bensin- 
ton, CO. Oxford, felled his trees and took and carried away his trees and other 
goods. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Wylughby, Roger Beler 
and William de Gosefold, on complaint by Hugh le Despenser, earl of Win- 
chester, that William Trussell and William his son, Roger la Zusche and 
Ralph his brother, William de Bredon, Robert de Holand, Robert de Dalton, 
William de Staunton, 'chivaler,' John son of William de Ferariis, Robert de 
Farnham, Walter de Busseby, John Mallesores of Lubbenham and William 
de Sileby of Montsorel and Qthers entered his manors at Lughteburgh, 
Beaumaner, Fretheby, Ernesby, Huclescote and Querndon, co. Leicester, 
broke the gates of the manors and the doors and windows of the houses 
therein, and his chests there, took away his horses, oxen, sheep, pigs, and 
swans, and broke his parks. [Pari. Writs,] 



March 4. 
Knares- 
borough. 



March 6. 
Enares- 
boroogh. 



March 17. 
Aberford. 



MEMBRANE 24(2. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Benedict de Cokefeld, John Sefoul 
and John Claver, on complaint by Florus Grove, merchant of Almain, that 
whereas he had laden his ship with goods at Hamburgh in Almain, for 
conveyance to Great Jernemuth to trade with there, John Effoghel of 
Baldreseye, Ranulph Effoghel of Baldreseye, Henry de Oxeneye of Bal- 
dreseye, Robert le Curteler, Robert Talevaz, John Frebem, Nicholas 
le Clerk, Peter del Cros, Stephen Macke, John Fenkele, Richard 
Cobel, Alexander de Caldebergh, Thomas de Thistelden, *fevre,' John 
Aroun, William Dan, William Kymbeld, William Wynston, John le Coupere, 
John Dwyt, Thomas Hynd, Robert Haskys and Roger son of William 
Macke, with others, boarded the ship in the port of Goseford by Baldreseye, 
CO. Suffolk, whither it had been driven by stress of weather, carried away 
his goods and assaulted his servants. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

The like to Ralph de Beref ord, William de Northo and Robert de Estdene, 
on complaint by Edward de Sancto Johanne touching the persons who 
broke his close at Okhangre, co. Southampton, and fished in his stews there. 

By E. on the like information. 

The like to John de Foxle, John de Stonore and John de Scures, on 
complaint by John Randolf that Hugh de Sutton, William le Fauconer, 
Ralph le Fauconer, John le Ferour, William, vicar of the church of Wotton, 



810 



CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 



Membrane 24rf — cont, 

Alan son of Roger le Forester, Oliver de Ponchardon, Bartholomew son 
of Oliver de Ponchardon, John Ottery, John Lotyn of Andevre, John le 
Eyr of Bume, * carpenter,' Richard 'Hucsman of Sutton,' Adam leTaillour 
of Burne, John de Hussehurn, 'carpenter,* Nicholas * Huesman of Sutton,' 
William Merewell, William Gelcombe of Burne, William de la Brigge of 
Hussehurn, Nicholas de la Brigge, Richard de la Brigge, John Hor, John 
le Bakere, William Legat, John le Webbe of Burne, Richard le Coker of 
Bume, Roger * the Prioresheyward ' of Wynchestre of Wytcherch and 
Robert le Heyward of Middelton, with others entered by night his manor 
of Assh by Overton, co. Southampton, and took away 24 oxen, 8 horses 
and other goods and assaulted his men. By E. on the like information. 



May 28. 

Sulby. 



MEMBRANE 23d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry de Cobeham and William 
Wolf, holding the place of Edmund, earl of Kent, constable of Dover Castle 
and warden of the Cinque Ports, on complaint by John de Cordes, Martin 
Peres and John Peres Senchet, merchants of Spain, commorant at the 
town of Abbeville in the county of Ponthieu, that whereas they had laded a 
ship at Abbeville with 28 bales of cloth and other merchandise and put the 
same in the custody of Martin de Satiro, their fellow, to take to Spain, as is 
testified in letters of the seneschal of Ponthieu and of the mayor and 
Schevins of the town of Abbeville, John Hardi of Wynchelese and Peter 
Sedyn of Faveresham with others of the said ports and of the county of 
Kent and elsewhere attacked the said ship off the Island of Gernesy on its 
Viiiy to Spain and seized the said ship, cloth and goods, took the same to 
the Island of Thanet, co. Kent, carried away part of the said cloth and 
goods, and took the ship with the residue of the goods to the towns of 
Wynchelese and Faveresham within the liberty of the Cinque Ports and 
there divided the goods among themselves and carried the same away. 

ByK. 



March 28. 
Sulby. 



March 26. 
Langley. 



MEMBRANE 22(7. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Master John Walewayn, John Inge, 
John de Fosse and John de Brideport of Bere, on complaint by William de 
Braybrok, clerk, that William de Bello Campo, William son of John de 
Stokes, John de Deverel of Uddyng, Robert de Pauleshegh, William Waryn, 
John de Fostebury, John de Monte Alto, Roger Edlof, John de Lynham, 
Roger le Wolmanger, Roger de Peniphull, William atte Bere, William 
Lewe, Henry Gibbe, William Whytlok, William Edlof, John Persone of 
Shapwyk, John Emmory, Richard Canon and others broke his houses at 
Waltford, co. Dorset, and carried away his goods. By p.s. 

The like to William de Herle, Roger Beler, John Chaynel and Robert de 
Stoke, on complaint by John de Dalby, parson of the church of Twyford, 
that John de Oddyngeseles, *chivaler,* and Emma his wife, Ralph Bygod 
and Bartholomew his brother, Richard de Hastang, Nicholas le Clerk, 
Henry de Garsale, and WiUiam his brother, Robert son of Juliana, William 
de Pole of Long Ichynton, Henry le Fysshere, John Hastyng, John de 
Godestowe, Nicholas le Deyesono of Brandon, Roger Gilberd, William 
his brother, Roger son of William do Somervill of Stokton, William 
Gylevill of Long Ichynton, Adam son of William Gilian of Long Ichynton, 
William son of John le Gardiner, and John Gosse of Long Ichynton, with 
others, assaulted him at Long Ichynton, co. Warwick, and led away 2 
horses, 5 oxen and one cow of his, and carried away other goods. By p.s. 



16 EDWARD n.— Part 2. 



811 



1323. 

April 8. 
Westminster. 



Membrane 22d — coiit. 

Commission to John de Foxle, John de Bousser and Geoffrey de Hertepol, 
on complaint by Joan, daughter of Gilbert Sperlyng, to examine and correct 
in the presence of the mayor and sheriffs of London and of the parties an 
alleged error in the record and process and rendering of judgment in a plea 
that was before the said mayor and sheriffs in the hustings between the 
said John, plaintiff, and Robert Orpedeman^ tenant, touching a messuage 
and five shops in the city of London. 



April 4. 
Westminster. 



April 6. 
Westminster. 



April 14. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMBRANE 2ld. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Mortayn, Robert de Asshele 
and Nicholas Rodland, on complaint by Hugh de Assheby that John de 
Neyill, Thomas de Nevill, John Cachepol of Dunstaple, Thomas le Harpour 
and John le Rede, with others, assaulted him at Luton, co. Bedford. 

By E. on the information of Master R. de Baldok. 

The like to the same justices on like complaint by John de Assheby 
against the same persons. By E. on the like information. 

The like to Roger de Tiryngham and Philip de Aylesbury on complaint 
by John Paulyn of Eversalt that Thomas der Clifton juxta Olneye, chaplain, 
John de Staunfordham, parson of the church of Eversalt, Walter Dor of 
Eversalt, William de Staunfordham and John le Scriveyn of Eversalt, 
assaulted him at Eversalt, co. Bedford, and broke his logs and arms. 

ByE. 

The like to John de Bousser, John do Clarum and William de Gosefeld, 
on complaint by William de Cusaunce that Hugh de Nevyll and Ida his 
wife, with others, took and carried away his goods at Wakeryng, co. Essex. 

ByE. 



April 18. 
Westminster. 



MEMBRANE 2f)d. 



Signification of the attempt by Roger de Thornbull to replevy the land in 
Nywenham of the master of the hospital of St. John the Baptist, Walyng- 
ford, to the said master. 

Vacated because on the Close Roll, 



April 18. 
Westminster. 



April 28. 
Rockingham. 



MEMBRANE 18J. 

Commission to William de Gosefeld to enquire by jury of the county of 
Eent touching the bailiffs, reeves and other ministers of Bartholomew 
de Badelesmere, who were bound to render account to him when he was 
alive and who have not rendered their accounts, but detain great sums 
of money due to the said Bartholomew, which by reason of the forfeiture 
incurred by him now belong to the king ; and to enquire touching debtors 
in that county who were bound to the said Bartholomew in divers sums, 
which they have not yet paid and which for the same reason pertain to the 
king. By E. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de la Bere, Adam de Brome, 
John de Trillowe and John le Boteler of Lantuyt, on complaint by the 
abbot of Rewley by Oxford that John Marmyon, the elder, Beneidict Lengleis, 
Richard de Pynkeney of Ispesden, Warin de Wodesdon, Gilbert de Pynkeney, 
Philip Osbern, William Pope of Ispesden, William Maundevill, John 
' Roberdesman de Maundevill,* John le (snc) Ark and Isabel his wife,Ranulph 
'Jonesprest de Arle,' Thomas Sturmy, William de Ellesfeld, John de 



812 CALENDAB OF PATENT ROLLS. 



1323. 



Membrane 18d — cont. 



Erdewyk, John le Sumpter of lapeaden, Luke Plonte of Netelebedde, Roger 
'Howes of Stoke, William le Orpede, Richard Mogaputte, William Mogeputte, 
Richard le Fevre of Dorkchestre, Nicholas atte Barre, Richard de Hatte- 
coumbe, John de Wengrave, John Burgeys, Thomas de Shipton, GeofErey 
atte Hyde, John atte Hide, Thomas Flexher, Henry, atte Horcherd, Alice 
Whiteman, Thomas Whiteman, John Elewas, William Whiteman^ John 
Whiteman, Geoffrey de Netelebedd, chaplain, Roger atte Hovene of Wal- 
yngford, Edmund le Clerk, John le Tiller, William le Crokkere, Adam 
. Costard, Thomas Thomphom, Hugh atte Hole and Agnes his wife, John 
Gerard, Christiana Deynes of Walyngford, Margery Deynes, John le Fevre 
of Walyngford, John le Fevre of Huntercoumbe, Nicholas atte Broke, 
Philip le Deyere of Walyngford, Geoffrey le Goule, Reginald de Bradebume 
x)f Walyngford, *boucher,* Roger Badecok, John Woderngate, William Tracy, 
Ralph atte Feld, William son of Lucy Heryng, Geoffrej^ Aubel, Robert de 
London of Dorkchester, Walter Stevenes, William Abovesbrok (sic) del Oke, 
Walter, vicar of the church of Clopcote, Agnes la Fevre of Dorkchestre, 
Thomas Alisandre, Richard le Poure, Roger atte Blakfenne of Dorkchester, 
Nicholas Lucas of Drayton, Walter Springard of Dorkchestre, Joan 
Drabon, Christiana Drabon, Richard Nunday, Thomas Eustace, 
William Curre, William de Melleford, William Maymund of Bensynton, 
William Faconberge, Humphrey Coleman del Ewelme, John Coulth*, 

* fevre,* Joan atte Bovebroke, William Drewe of Ewelme, Roger 
Abovebrok, Robert Bernard, John le Goul de Oke, Robejrt Aylrich of 
Bensynton, Simon Prodhomme, John atte Broke of Bensynton, John atte 
Grove of Berewyk, Robert Kyng of Berewyk, Robert Peg', Henry Peg', John 
Sumer, Thomas Est, Robert son of Thomas le Kyng, John Bolt, William 
Bweyn of Berewyk, Thomas Turnepeyn, John Cempe, Robert Edward, 
John Runceval, Sibyl Cokes of Berewyk, John Crok del Oke, John Sket 
del Oke, Geoffrey Josep, John de Wy of Bensinton, Thomas Cotel, 
William Ranyng, John Buldry of Dorkchestre, Hugh le Eeu of Dorkchestre, 
William le Fox of Bensyngton, William le (sic) Melbum of Walyngford, 

* taverner,' Alan de Clopcote, Thomas Alayn of Croumersh, Thomas le 
Deyere of Walyngford, Nicholas le Coupere of Croumersh, John FajTman 
of Ewelme, John Atheldon of Warborwe, William Sugge of Warborwe, 
Richard Adam of Warborwe, William Prime of Walyngford, Gilbert Swaf 
of Walyngford, Edmund Crok, Walter Loveday, of Mungewell, Cecily 
Osebern of Walynford, Richard Aillard, Walter, parson of the church of 
Colnham, John CoUe, John * Geffiraysbaillif de Hautevill,' Roger Alfred of 
Croumersh, Thomas * Jonessone le Rove de Croumersh,' John Randolf of 
Croumersh, John atte Fortheye of Croumersh, Eva daughter of Thomas le 
Soutere of Walyngford, Richard Shortred of Walyngford, John Teofle of 
Walyngford, Walter son of William Stevenes de Clopcote of Bensynton, 
Adam le Shypherde of Bensynton, Peter de Cumpton of Croumersh, Joan 
daughter of Richard le Muleward of Rutherfeld, William German of 
Bristwell, Roger atte Rush of Neuwenham, Richard, parson of the church 
of Brittewell, Tristram de Newenton, Adam Anketyl of Wattlinton, Walter 
Simple, John Tony, John le Fleshewer, Adam le Soutere of Wattlynton, 
John le Bonde and others broke and burned his houses at Nettelebede and 
Bensynton, co. Oxford, and cut down his trees and carried them and other 
goods away. 

MEMBRANE I7d. 

April 6. Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Hemegrave, Benedict de 

Tower of Cokefeld and John de Ingham> on complaint by John Boutetourte that 
London. Simon de la Borde, William Palmere, William Testard, Thomas de Virlay, 



16 EDWARD n.— Pabt 2. 



818 



1323. 



Membrane lid — cont. 



May 21. 

Bothwell. 

April 18. 
Tower of 
London. 



John de Grenevere, Henry Bacoun, Hanulph 'le priouresserjaunt ' of 
Buttele, Stephen Grubbe of Buttele, Peter Buxskyn, Nicholas Davy, Geoffrey 
Maynard, Thomas Lytyl and William Wylde, with others, entered his 
manor at Upton, co. Norfolk, broke the doors of his houses there, fished in 
his stews, and assaulted his men. By p.s. 

Association of John Bacoun and John Claver in the above commission. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry de Cobeham, Edmund de 
Passele and John de Ifeld on complaint by John de Woghhope that John 
son of William Perot of Hyngelton, Thomas Alisandre, John Alisandre of 
Tikenhurst, William Umfrey of Tykenhurst, Walter Walclyn of Tykenhurst, 
Thomas atte Halke of Hammolde, Thomas Bonde of Hammoldia, John 
Hakeneye of Eche and Henry Perot of Caldecote, with others, broke his 
close and houses at Nonynton, co. Kent, and carried away his goods. 

By K. 

April 18. The like to Roger Beler, Richard de Wylughby, the elder, and Richard de 
Wegtminster. Whatton, on complaint by Richard de Grey of Codenoure that John de 

Harecourt, William de Harecourt, Thomas de Herterigge, Roger de Herte- 
rigge, Adam le Botiller and William Bustlard, with others, took and led 
away two of his horses at Neubolt, co. Leicester, carried away his goods and 
assaulted his servants. 

By E. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

May 21. The like to Roger de Somervill, Alexander deCave and Robert de Scor- 

Bishopthorpe. burgh on complaint by Thomas Wake that liobert son of Nicholas de Cot- 

yngham and others felled his trees in his wood at Cotyngham, co. York, 
and carried them away. By K. 



May 28. 

Bishopthorpe. 



MEMBRANE 16<2. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to Geoffrey de Hertelpol and Thomas 
Gegge touching the complaint of John Junctyn and his fellows, merchants 
of the society of the Peruzzi of Florence, that, whereas they laded a ship 
with 85 sacks of wool of the price of 500 marks at London for conveyance 
to Sandwich, Robert Six of Sandwich, William Hardy of Gravesende, 
Robert Doget of Smalliden, John le Markesham of Smalliden, Funtanus de 
Middelton, Brian do Scesaltre and Geoffrey Joyo of Hoo, with others, 
boarded the ship in the water between the island of Shepeye and Greyston 
as it was on its way to Sandwich and took and carried away the wool. 

ByK. 



April 19. 
Westminster. 



April 16. 
Tower of 
London. 



MEMDRASE I5d. 

Commission de vcalliU et fossatis to Robert de Asshele and Robert de 
Swaleclyvo for the banks of the Thames at Grenewych and the adjacent 
parts, and elsewhere in the counties of Surrey and Kent, also for the coast 
of the same river and the coast of the sea in the parts of Estkent and the 
adjacent parts in the county of Kent. 

Commission to John de Ifeld, Richer de Refham and William de Weston 
to audit the account of the pavage lately granted to the bailiffs and good 
men of the town of Suthwerk, which, as the king is informed, they retain 
and convert to their own uses. 



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CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 



ngoQ Membrane 15d — cont, 

April 7. • Commission to Henry le Scrop, John de Stonore and John de Bousser to 

Westminster, enquire touching the persons who planned the seizure of the castle of 

Walyngford, the Tower of London, the castle of Wyndesor and other of the 

king's castles. [Fcedera.] By K. 



MEMBRANE 14d. 

May 25. Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bousser, Robert de Assele and 

Bishopihorpe Thomas de Faversham, on complaint by William de Gosefeld that Thomas 

Albon, chaplain, John * Thomas clerk ' Albon, Roger Ruffyn, Hamo Doges, 
Bartholomew le Kyng, John Badekyn, Richard de Netherhampton, Richard 
Eyng, John Smelt and John his son, William Smelt, Simon de Borstal, 
John Roger de Borstal, Josceus Storin, Walter Storin, Thomas Reynold 
atte Haghe, Peter Pikenot, John Edward, Simon Henry, Peter Henry, 
Hamo Blakeman, Richard Blakeman, William Serbyn, Thomas 
Skypper, Adam Aleyn, Denis Aleyn and John his son, John Pieres, 
William Pieres, Simon Piers, Hamo Ide, Godelman de Gorewell and 
Henry his son, John Sprynget of Nortwode, Richard Hobbe, Bartholomew 
Sprynget, Richard atte Park, Robert le Webbe of Bollyng, Hamo 
Stevene, William Symne, Aymer BoUe, Stephen Somer, WUliam Bolle, 
Robert Bollc, Hamo son of Simon Aylmer, Hamo Copyn, John BuUyng, 
Alexander Gunnet, Thomas Jeu, Thomas Scolastre and Thomas his 
son, John de Icham, Thomas Coppedok, Thomas le Flessheuer of 
Westgate, Thomas Belesire, Cristinus Robyn, Elias Franceys, Thomas 
Franceys, John Munteshowes, John Husebarn, Richard Husebarn, Alan 
Bolthegh, Hamo Ricard, Hamo atte Cherche, the younger, Juliana atte 
Cherche, John Cutpere, John Salamon, John Reynold, Roger Symoun, 
Hamo Symoun, Adam Symoun, Godeliva late the wife of John Salomon, 
Denise *the Milncrswyf,' John Watte, William Watte, Godeleva W^atte, 
William Bunde, Werin atte Bourne, John Jordan, William Jordan, Roger 
Meller, Richard Robek£kn, Henry Hauekyn, Anne Hauekyn, Christina 
Aleyn, William atte Cherche, John Chestevill, William de Kemesyng, 
William atte Stone, John atte Welle, the elder, John atte Welle, the 
younger, John atte Borstall, John Skewyt, Agnes Bolle, James Bate, John 
Bate, Adam Cobbe, Hamo le Waut', William Soule, Thomas Jordan, John 
Hauekyn, Bartholomew le Person, John Arnald, William son of Richard 
atte Sae, Henry le Tailour, Alice W^ybarn, John Godewyn, John Kyng, 
John Walter, Simon Aylmer, Thomas Swyft, Richard Smelt, Adam Smelt, 
Agnes Leger, Alice Herebrond, John de HercbuU, Richard le Clerk, Adam 
Coterel, Adam Aylmer, John Dode, Thomas le Chesman, William Faukes, 
Hichard atte Crouch, Roger le Melner, John Goddard, William Jordan, 
Robert Cundy, Richard Hobbe, Laurence Springet, Richard Osbem, Alan 
lioltegh, John de Wykham, John Salomon of Whitstapel. Hamo Copyn, 
John Cutpere, Hamo Blakeman, William Beaufitz and Thomas de Samel- 
ford, with others, broke his house at Whitstaple, co. Kent, and took 
and carried away his goods. By K. 



April 14. 
Tower of 
London. 



The like to John de Cherleton, mayor of the merchants of the staple of 
wool, touching trespasses against the tenor of the charter of the staple, of 
which he has already made inquisition. By K. 

Association of Adam de Brom and Thomas Prentiz in the above 



commission. 



April 28. Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund Deyncourt, Richard de 
HocklDgham Wylughby and Richard de Whatton, on complaint by Roger de Sutton, 



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king's clerk, that Richard le White and Robert his brother, Simon le White, 
Richard de Caunton and Richard le Charetter, with others, carried away his 
goods at Colyngham, co. Nottingham. 

By K. on the information of Master Robert de Baldok. 

The like to the same justices on complaint by William de Sutton, king's 
clerk, that Richard le Whyt, and Robert his brother, Simon le Whyt, 
Richard de Caunton, and Richard le Charetter, with others, assaulted him 
at Colyngham, co. Nottingham, and imprisoned him until he made fine of 
lOOZ. with them and took and carried away his goods. 

By K. on the like information. 



May 3. 
York. 



May 11. 

Co wick. 



May 10. 
Haddlesey. 



May 21. 
liothwell. 



MEMBRANE 12d. 

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Foxle, James de Norton 
and John de Tycheburn, on complaint